Prevention of cruelty to dogs and other animals. (2022
Impoundment and disposition of roaming, injured or mistreated
animals. Authority to spay or neuter unclaimed dog. Liability for
provision of veterinary care to injured, sick or diseased impounded
Redemption of impounded dog, cat or other animal.
Sec. 22-338. Licensing of dogs. Fees. Rabies certificate. Exemptions.
Sec. 22-339b. Rabies vaccination required for dogs and cats.
Exemption from rabies vaccination. Rabies vaccination exemption
certificate. Veterinarian appeal. Penalty.
Sec. 22-340. Town clerk to provide licenses and
Sec. 22-341. Tag or plate to be attached to dog collar or
Sec. 22-344b. Pet shop required to have dogs and cats
examined by veterinarian. Replacement or refund. Statement of
customer rights. Penalty.
Sec. 22-345. License and tag for guide dogs for
blind, deaf or mobility impaired persons.
Sec. 22-349. Unlicensed dogs. Regulations. Impoundment.
Sec. 22-350. Dogs as personal property. Tax
Sec. 22-350a. Tethering dog to stationary object or mobile
device. Prohibited means. Retention of other protections afforded
dogs. Confining or tethering dog for unreasonable period of time.
Sec. 22-351. Theft, killing or injuring of
companion animal. Penalty. Liability.
Sec. 22-355. Damage by dog to domestic animals or poultry.
Sec. 22-357. Damage by dogs to person or property.
Sec. 22-358. Killing of dogs doing damage. Quarantine
of biting dogs, cats or other animals. Notice. Seizure. Euthanasia
and examination of potentially rabid animals. Complaints by persons
sustaining damage by dog to poultry, ratite, domestic rabbit,
companion animal or livestock. Orders. Appeals.
Annoyance by dogs on highway.
Sec. 22-364. Dogs roaming at large. Intentional or reckless
Intentional or reckless release of
domestic animal which causes damage.
Control of dogs in proximity to