2014 Dog Licenses Now Available

Make sure your pet is legal.

2014 dog licenses are now available. (Patch file photo)
2014 dog licenses are now available. (Patch file photo)

By Alison Smith

Dog licenses for 2014 can now be purchased from county treasurers’ office, the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture announced. 

All dogs that will be three months or older by Jan. 1 must be licensed. Annual licenses are $8.25, or $6.45 for dogs that are spayed or neutered.

“If your dog gets lost, a current license is the fastest way to get him back,” the Department of Agriculture said in a statement.

In Montgomery County, licenses can be purchased at the Montgomery County Courthouse, Swede and Airy Streets, Norristown.

For more information, visit www.padoglicense.com.

just plain mary December 07, 2013 at 11:07 AM
Dog licenses should be available at local offices. Its not convenient to go to norristown. Also licenses should be issued on a lifetime basis. A 50$ fee would be more cost effective - less costly for county to issue & keep track of.


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