Illinois city mulls fines for the owners of pets with "dangerous" label

06/30/2011 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

An ordinance proposed in Naperville, Ill., could require in-city owners of pets that are deemed "dangerous" to pay either a one-time fine of $100 or a $100 annual fee. The measure also would increase the fees for animal licenses. According to this article, the city has not yet decided whether the proposed dangerous-animal fines would apply to pets other than dogs.

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