(A) It shall be unlawful for any person owning, keeping, having in his possession or harboring any animal to fail to provide the following to each of his animals:
sufficient quantity of good quality, wholesome food and water; or
adequate shelter and protection from the weather; or
veterinary care when needed to prevent suffering; or
humane care and treatment.
(B) No owner or person shall confine any animal in a motor vehicle in such a manner that places it in a life or health threatening situation by exposure to a prolonged period of extreme heat or cold, without proper ventilation or other protection from such heat or cold. In order to protect the health and safety of an animal, an animal control officer or peace officer who has probable cause to believe that this subsection (B) is being violated shall have authority to enter such motor vehicle by any reasonable means under the circumstances after making a reasonable effort to locate the owner or other person responsible.