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Old 09-18-2009, 11:12 AM
 
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How many pets are allowed per home within city limits?
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Old 04-09-2012, 08:18 PM
 
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How many pets are allowed per home within city limits?
does anyone know
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Old 03-31-2014, 03:26 PM
 
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I believe there is only a limit on dogs, and it's two. Three or more must be a commercial breeder or kennel.
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Old 03-31-2014, 03:28 PM
 
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Ordinance 8.04 Keeping of Exotic Animals Prohibited
(a) Exotic Animal. Those species of animal that are not domesticated by humans. Exotic animals include, but are not limited to, animals belonging to any or all of the orders and families on the Prohibited Animal List as adopted by the Common Council. Some exotic animals prohibited by this ordinance include:
bats, deer, bears, most snakes, scorpions, etc. If you are not sure if an animal is allowable, contact the animal control officer or review the full text of Ordinance 8.04 .
Ordinance 8.08(3) NUMBER OF DOGS LIMITED.
(a) No family shall own, harbor, or keep in its possession more than two dogs on any residentially-zoned lot without the prior approval of the Council, except that a litter of pups or a portion of a litter may be kept for not more than eight weeks from birth. If more than one family resides on a residential lot, then only two dogs shall be allowed on the residential lot unless the prior approval is obtained from the Council. For the purpose of this section, the term “family” shall be defined as one or more persons.
Ordinance 8.09(3) NUMBER OF CATS LIMITED.
No person shall own, harbor, or possess more than three cats on any lot zoned as residential, with the exception that a litter of kittens, or a portion of a litter, may be kept for not exceeding eight weeks from birth. If more than one family resides on any lot, the party exceeding the limitation imposed by this section is in violation thereof.
Ordinance 8.105(2) DANGEROUS DOGS PROHIBITED.
(a) Possession of a Dangerous Dog Prohibited. No person shall own, keep, possess, return to, or harbor a dangerous dog within the City. (b) Penalty. Any person who owns, keeps, possesses, harbors, or returns any dangerous dog to the City, after it has been declared to be dangerous by owner’s omission, quasi-judicial hearing, or appeal, shall be subject to a forfeiture of not less than $500 nor more than $1,000.
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Old 09-01-2014, 01:04 AM
 
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Default HOW many DOGS or CATS ALLOWED in Green Bay? Answered

DOGS-

In the city of Green Bay it only states a specific law on the amount of dogs (canine) you can have as pets, which is just 2. You can legally have 2 as pets in your home BUT if you wish to have more you CAN, you just need to apply for a specific license to have more & it's a fairly low cost that you will re-register & license each year.

CATS-

There is NO law stating of how many cats you can have. HOWEVER, the law DOES state that you can only have as many as you can physically, financially take care of & provide for. If that is only 1 then it is only 1. If that is 10, 20 or 100 then that is up to you to decide given you are ABLE to provide safe, CLEAN, ample care for these cats to live a healthy & happy life. Animal Control by law CAN legally "access" your capabilities if there is a complaint made. My advice to anyone here is.... just be SURE you can take the BEST of care of the ones you do have. Don'y bite off more than you can chew. The animals are depending on YOU to make the tough choices so that they can thrive.... just remember that.

WILD LIFE-

Wisconsin residents can not legally own ANY wild life that is indigenous to our own state. For Example: The Squirrel , the Chipmunk, the Robin & other birds, geese & roaming wildlife. I am not near as familiar with those animals so please do your RESEARCH before taking in ANY such animals because they ARE wild & need special & very specific care & also, you want to make sure it's legal.
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