Any dog that has attacked or tends to attack, harass or bite other domestic animals or humans without provocation, or is any type of pit bull terrier or other dog specifically bred or trained for fighting, is an aggressive dog under Animal Control and Licensing Bylaw #4545. When at home, the dog must be securely confined by a structure which will keep young children from entering and the dog from exiting.
Any dog that has bitten a person or pet must be muzzled when off the owner's property.
Excessive barking that disturbs neighbours may result in a fine.
Picking up your dog's waste is the right thing to do—and it's required by the bylaw.