(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:

  1. suf­fi­cient quan­ti­ty of good qual­i­ty, whole­some food and water; or
  2. ade­quate shel­ter and pro­tec­tion from the weath­er; or
  3. vet­eri­nary care when need­ed to pre­vent suf­fer­ing; or
  4. 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.