Dogs and other Animals
91-2: Trapping. No person shall trap any wild bird or animal on any property within the corporate boundaries of the City of Glens Falls by use of leg-hold traps, except by duly authorized personnel.
91-3 Dangerous animals at large. It shall be unlawful to permit any dangerous animal or vicious Mina or any kind to run at large within the city. Exhibitions or parades of animals which are ferae naturae in the eyes of the law may be conducted only upon securing a permit from the chief of Police.
91-4: Noisy Animals. It shall be unlawful to harbor or keep any animals which disturb the peace by loud noises at any time day or night/
91-5: Wild Animals. It shall be unlawful to harbor or keep any animals which are ferae naturae in the eyes of the law anywhere in the city without first obtaining a permit from the Chief of Police.
91-22: Licenses required. A. All dogs in the City of Glens Falls must be licensed with the City Clerk by the age of four months. Owners are required to present a current certificate of rabies vaccination at the time of licensing or the renewal of an existing license. B. All dog licenses will be for a period of one year and will expire at the end of the month one year from the date of issue.
91-23: Dogs in heat. It shall be the duty of the owner or person harboring any female dog to confine such dog during the period when it is in heat inside the house of such owner or person in possession of the dog.
91-24: Running at large. No dog, whether licensed or unlicensed, muzzled or not muzzled, shall be allowed to run at large in any street, sidewalk, lane or public place unless said dog is effectively restrained by a chain or leash, not exceeding six feet in length, affixed to the collar or harness of the dog.
91-25: Defecation on public property. A. It shall be unlawful for any owner of any dog to permit or allow such dog to create a nuisance by defecating on public property within the City of Glens Falls, or the private property of any property owner within the City of Glens Falls, unless such defecation is immediately removed by the dog’s owner. B. It shall be unlawful for any person to keep, harbor or maintain any dog which engages in unduly loud howling or barking habitually or conducts itself in such a manner as to unduly annoy any person other than the owner.