What animals are prohibited in the City Of Llano?
Wild/prohibited animal means any live animal, other than a common domestic species, regardless of the state or duration of captivity which can be normally found in the wild state, or may pose a potential physical or disease threat to the public or that is protected by international, federal, or state regulations, including those listed in Section 822.101 of the Health and Safety Code of the State of Texas and the following if not so listed:
(1) Class Reptillia. Family Heldermatidea (venomous lizards); Family Viperidae
(rattlesnakes, copperheads, cottonmouths, other pit vipers and true vipers); Family
Elapidae (coral snakes, cobras, mambas, and other elapids); the following listed species of Family Colubridae Dispholidus typus (boomslang), Hydrodynastes gigas
(watercobra), Bioga (mangrove snake), and Thelotornis (African twig snake) only; Order
Phidia, Family Boidae (racers, boas, water snakes, and pythons); and Order Crocadilla (crocodiles, alligators, caimans, and gavials);
(2) Class Aves. Order Falconiforms (such as hawks, eagles, and vultures); Subdivision Ratitae (such as ostriches, rheas, cassowaries, and emus); and Order Strigiforms (such as owls);
(3) Class Mammalia. Order Carnivora, Family Felidae (such as ocelots, margays, tigers, jaguars, leopards, and cougars), except commonly accepted domesticated cats; Family Canidae (such as wolves, wolf-dog, hybrids, dingos, coyotes, and jackals), except domesticated dogs; Family Mustelidae (such as weasels, skunks, martins, mink, and badgers) except domestic ferrets (Mustela putorius furo); Family Procyonidae (raccoon);
Family Ursidae (such as bears); Order Marsupialia (such as kangaroos, wallabies and common opossums); Order Edentata (such as sloths, anteaters, and armadillos); Order
Proboscidea (elephants); Order Primata (such as monkeys, chimpanzees, and gorillas);
Order Rodentia (such as porcupines); and Order Ungulata (such as antelope, deer, bison, and camels), unless the Order Ungulata are located on premises which meet the definition of the farm/ranch;
(4) Animals not listed. Animal Control Officer may declare any species of animal not listed in this subsection as “prohibited” if the confinement of the animal within the city can be shown to constitute a threat to public health and safety; and does not mean any bird kept in a cage of aviary that is not regulated by international, federal, or state law, or a gerbil, hamster, guinea pig, or laboratory mouse or rat.

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1. Who do I call for non-emergency, police-related issues?
2. Who do I call to report a stray or lost animal?
3. Who do I call to report a pothole or street-related issue?
4. Who should I call if my pet was picked up by Animal Control?
5. Who do I call and what do I need to reserve a park facility?
6. What animals are prohibited in the City Of Llano?
7. Can I chain my dog up in the backyard?
8. Does the City of Llano have a leash law?
9. Do I need Rabies Tags or City Pet License?
10. What does Animal Care and Welfare mean?