Here's my local ordinance: "To keep or harbor any dog which by frequent OR habitual howling, yelping or barking or the making of other noises is a public nuisance."
My question is, what manner of barking would meet this definition, specifically? Unlike many barking ordinances there's no requirement the noise be of a continuous nature or be sustained a set amount of minutes. I'm assuming a neighbor's dog who barks several times per day (usually in one to two minute increments a time at ear-shattering frequency) at non-threatening targets and is heard beyond my property would qualify. Am I correct in this assumption?