§ 27.11. Uniform dangerous dog warning sign.
(a) General requirements. The owner of a dangerous dog registered under this chapter shall conspicuously display at least two uniform dangerous dog warning signs on the premises on which the dog is kept. Additional uniform dangerous dog warning signs necessary to warn persons at all points of ingress to the premises shall be conspicuously displayed. The owner of a dangerous dog shall purchase additional uniform dangerous dog warning signs from the Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement.
(b) Placement of signs. For purposes of subsection (a) and section 503-A(a)(1) of the act (3 P. S. § 459-503-A(a)(1)), the warning signs shall be deemed to have been conspicuously displayed if the signs are visible and the written warning printed on the signs is capable of being read from a public highway or thoroughfare immediately adjacent to the premises on which the dangerous dog is kept.
(c) Signs furnished by the Department. The Department will provide the owner of a dangerous dog registered under this chapter with two uniform dangerous dog warning signs at no cost. The Department will provide the owner with additional signs upon payment of the fee in § 27.3 (relating to fees).
This section cited in 7 Pa. Code § 27.7 (relating to general conditions of registration).
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