Applications for dog licenses may be filed starting Dec. 1 PDF  | Print |  E-mail
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Friday, 27 November 2009 12:32
Applications for 2010 dog registrations my be filed beginning Dec. 1. All dogs three months old and older must be registered by Jan. 31.
A registration fee of $14 for each dog must be paid with the application. Information necessary for registration is the age, sex, color, length of hair, breed and whether it’s spayed or neutered, along with the name, address and phone number of the owner.
Owners of kennels of dogs also are required to register by each Jan. 31 and pay an application fee of $70.
The Wood County Auditor’s Office will be accepting applications through Feb. 1.
Penalties for registering late are $14 for regular licenses and $70 for kennel licenses — in addition to the regular registration fees.
Persons acquiring dogs after Jan. 31 have 30 days after the date of acquisition, or the date that the dog reaches three months of age, to register.
Registration may be filed by mail, in person, or on the Internet.
When mailing the application include the license fee, dog information and a self-addressed stamped envelope for the return of the license.
Licenses may be purchased in person at the county auditor’s office on the second floor of the county office building or at the Wood County Dog Shelter.
Internet applications may be made at www.co.wood.oh.us/auditor. These do require an additional $2 convenience fee per license.
Do not send cash with your mail-in application.
Mail applications to Michael Sibbersen, Wood County Auditor, One Courthouse Square, P.O. Box 368, Bowling Green, OH 43402.
 

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