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Allowing Your Dog to Run at Large is Unlawful



It shall be unlawful for any person owning, or keeping any dog in the Village to permit any dog to run at large in the Village at any time.

Dogs which are on any street, alley or sidewalk or other public place without being held securely on a leash shall be deemed to be running at large.

It shall be unlawful for any person owning or keeping any dog in the Village to permit any dog to run at large on the premises of any but the owner thereof without the permission of the owner of the premises.

You may contact the Minier Police Department through dispatch at 1-800-322-0166. 

There is a fine payable to the Village as well as any additional costs incurred through Animal Control if your animal is running loose and picked up. 

If there are continuous problems with neighbor’s animals running loose, please contact the Minier Police Department.