Dog licenses: Here’s how to keep your pet legal in Butler, Warren

4:00 p.m Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017 Local News
Dog licenses in Butler and Warren counties are now on sale.

Dog licenses in Butler and Warren counties are now on sale.

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Anyone who “owns, keeps or harbors a dog” is required by state law to purchase a tag. Here’s what you need to know to keep your pet legal:

Butler County

All 2018 dog licenses may be purchased through Jan. 31. After Jan. 31, there is a late penalty to buy tags.

Dog license costs are:

Three-year tags and permanent tags must be purchased at the Auditor’s Office, 130 High St. in Hamilton on the third floor.

Only one-year tags may be purchased online at www.butlercountyauditor.org. or through select local businesses. A list of businesses that sell licenses is available one the auditor’s website.

Warren County

All 2018 dog licenses may be purchased through Jan. 31 without penalty. After Jan. 31 the penalty is $15 per dog for all tags. Kennel tag penalty is $75.

Prices are:

With the purchase of each bone-shaped tag, a $5 donation is made to the Warren County Humane Association’s spay and neuter fund.

Visit www.wcauditor.org to purchase, for applications for mailing, or a list of local retailers where dog licenses can be purchased.

The Warren County Auditor’s Office is located at 406 Justice Drive in Lebanon.

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