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Keeping animals- Division VI

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(f) Any hybrid or similar crossbreed of the above. 137. On the day this Division comes into force, every owner of a prohibited dog pursuant to section 136 may keep such dog on condition that the owner complies with sections 134 and 135. Where the owner of a prohibited dog fails to comply with sections 134 and 135, he is guilty of an offence and a police officer or the Animal Control Officer may immediately impound or dispose of such prohibited dog. 138. (1) A police officer or the Animal Control Officer may kill, if necessary, a vicious dog which is running at large and is in the act of pursuing, attacking, injuring, damaging, killing or destroying a person or another dog that is tied with a rope or a chain so as to restrict its movement. (2) A police officer or the Animal Control Officer who must kill a vicious dog shall immediately report the incident to the Director of Public Health and Safety and notify the dogs' owner. (3) No damages or compensation may be recovered as a result of killing a dog by a police officer or the Animal Control Officer who is required to do so pursuant to section 138(1). IMPOUNDMENT 139, A police officer or the Animal Control Officer may seize a dog found at large on the lands described in section 109 and may thereafter return such dog to its owner or impound it. 140. A police officer or the Animal Control Officer may seize a dog from any person whom he has reasonable cause to believe is violating or has violated or is about to violate any of the provisions of this Division. 141, A police officer or the Animal Control Officer shall forthwith make every reasonable effort to notify the owner of an AniTTIA1 which has been impounded. 142. Subject to section 146, a police officer or the Animal Control Officer who has seized a dog pursuant to sections 139 and 140 shall release the dog to its owner where: (a) The owner claims possession of the dog within five (5) days after the date of seizure, and; (b) The owner pays to the Animal Control Officer the daily impoundment fee; (e) The owner has obtained the necessary registration and identification tag from the Animal Control Officer before the dog is released; (d) The owner pays to the Animal Control Officer the capture fee of $50.00, if the dog was seized pursuant to section 139, 143. Where a dog has not been reclaimed within five (5) days after seizure and notification has been given to the owner, a police officer or the Animal Control Officer may rehome or dispose of the dog as he sees fit and no damages or compensation may be recovered on account of such action. 29

144. (1) No dog shall be impounded more than three (3) times. (2) If a fourth impoundment is necessary, the Animal Control Officer may rehome or dispose of the dog as he sees fit and no damages or compensation may be recovered on account of such action. 145. (1) For a first impoundment, the daily impoundment fee is of $20.00. (2) For a second impoundment, the daily impoundment fee is of $40.00, (3) For a third impoundment, the daily impoundment fee is of $60.00. 146. Where a dog is seized which is injured or should be disposed of without delay for humane reasons or for reasons of health or safety to parsons or animals, a police officer or the Animal Control Officer shall dispose of the dog as soon after the seizure as a police officer or the Animal Control Officer sees fit without permitting any person to reclaim the dog and no damages or compensation may be recovered on account of such action. ESTABLISHMENT OF POUND 147. A pound for the keeping of dogs seized pursuant to this Division shall be established under the supervision of the Director of Public Health and Safety of the Cree Nation of Nemaska. 148. The Director of Public Health and Safety of the Cree Nation of Nemaska shall establish, subject to the approval of the Band Council, rules for the maintenance and operation of the pound. 149. A budget for the operation of the pound shall be submitted to the Band Council for approval. OFFENCES 150. Any person who contravenes any of the provisions of section 111, the second paragraph of section 112, sections 113, 123, 124, 125, the first paragraph of section 128 and sections 129, 130, 131 is guilty of an offence and is liable to a fine of $100.00 to $199.00 or to its equivalent in community work. 151. Any person who contravenes any of the provisions of sections 119, 121, 126, 127 and the third paragraph of section 128 is guilty of an offence and is liable to a fine of $200.00 to $299.00 or to its equivalent in community work. 152. Any person who contravenes any of the provisions of sections 132, 134, 135 and the second paragraph of section 137 is guilty of an offence and is liable to a fine of $300.00 to $600.00 or to its equivalent in community work. 153. Where a defendant agrees to carry out community work, he may, before or while carrying it out, pay part of the sums due. The payment reduces the number of community work hours to be carried out proportionately to the ratio between the amount paid and the amount of the sums due. 30

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