Boarding: The maintaining of livestock, other than those owned
by the property owner and where any of the following are provided:
shelter, care, confinement, feed and water.
Pets: Any non-venomous species of reptile and any domestic dog,
domestic cat, rodent, primate or bird over the age of six (6) months,
provided, however, that members of the order crocodilla, gorillas,
orangutans, baboons, chimpanzees, member of the class apes, order
falcons, and animals defined as livestock herein, shall not be considered
to be household pets.
Kennel: Any place other than a pet shop or veterinary clinic or hospital,
where five (5) or more household pets of one (1) species, or a total
of eight (8) or more household pets of two (2) or more species are
kept or maintained. Property that is zoned Agricultural (A) and not
part of a platted subdivision or unincorporated town and which is
larger than ten (10) acres shall be permitted to keep or maintain
eight (8) household pets of one species or sixteen (16) household
pets of two (2) or more species without being considered a kennel.
Livestock: Cattle, bison, mules, burros, llamas, ostriches, elk, horses, swine,
sheep, goats, poultry, and rabbits.
Confinement Operation: A place of confinement for livestock, corralled,
penned or otherwise caused to remain in pens or corrals where feeding
is other than grazing, or where the capacity at any one time is greater
than permitted in the Bulk Requirements for the zoning district in
which it is located.