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Posted on: April 6, 2017

The Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement will be conducting a license canvas in Chester County on May 17th


Your best friend’s best chance to make it home safely is to be properly licensed.

All dogs 3 months of age or older  are required by Pennsylvania law to have a current dog license.

Failure to have your dog licensed may result in a fine of up to $300 (per dog).

How much does a license cost? How do I get a Dog License?

In Chester County, you can obtain a dog license by contacting:
Ann Duke
Chester County Treasurer
313 West Market Street, Suite 3202                                  

West Chester, PA 19382
610-344-6370


Annual license fees are as follows:  

General:

Dogs that are spayed or neutered  $6.50

Dogs not spayed or neutered   $8.50

Senior citizens (65years of age and older)  or persons with proof of disability:  

Dogs that are spayed or neutered  $4.50

Dogs not spayed or neutered   $6.50


                                                                        For more information, contact the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture at 717.787.3062


You may also contact, Chester County State Dog Warden, Maureen Siddons at 610-909-5666


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