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Bylaw 2471: Regulation And Control, Protection And Identification Of Dogs

The Corporation Of The Township Of Augusta By-law Number 2471 A By-law Respecting The Regulation And Control, Protection And Identification Of Dogs In The Township Of Augusta Whereasthemunicipal Act R.s.o., 1990 Chapter M.45 Section 210 Authorizes The Municipality To Pass A By-law Regarding The Prohibition Or Regulation Of Dogs; Andwhereastheresidentsofthetownshiphavealongtraditionofraisingandcaring Fordogsforcompanionship,herding,hunting,recreation,improvementofbreedingstock, Competitions,shows, And For Training And Using Special Service Dogs To Assist Disabled Persons, Or To Aid Agencies Of Government, And For Other Uses; Andwhereascouncilseeksinthepublicinteresttoidentifydogs,andtoprohibitdogs From Trespassing Or Running At Large, Or Creating A Nuisance, Especially Noise, And To Ensurethatdogs That Have Bitten A Person Or A Domestic Animal Are Appropriately Restrained. Nowthereforethecouncilofthecorporationofthetownshipofaugustaenactsas Follows: Section Idefinitions 1.for The Purpose Of This By-law, The Following Definitions Shall Apply: (a)“aggressivedog” Means Any Dog That Has Bitten A Person Or A Domestic Animalwithoutprovocation,orhas A Known Propensity, Tendency…

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