Dog warden checking dog licenses
CLARION Starting April 1, the regional dog warden will canvass Clarion County to check for updated dog licenses.
It is important all dogs have 2020 licenses so to avoid any fines the dog warden could issue (fines of up to $300 per dog plus court costs could be issued).
Licenses can be purchased at the Clarion County Treasurer's office, in person or by mail. The application can be downloaded on the treasurer's page http://www.co.clarion.pa.us. Please send the completed application and check or money order to Tom McConnell, treasurer, 330 Main Street, Room 110 Clarion, Pa. 16214.
Licenses can also be purchased at the following locations:
lRMS Furniture, New Bethlehem
lSligo Rec Center, Sligo
lLander's Store, Lucinda
lKnox Country Farm Supply Inc., Knox
lSteiner's Outdoors and More, East Brady
lRocky Acres Kennel, Clarion
lTri County Pet Rescue, Shippenville
lFryburg Old Treasure Depot, Fryburg
lDoggie Bole, Rimersburg
lStrattanville Borough Office, Strattanville
Prices are $8.50 for male or female, $6.50 for neutered or spayed dogs, and a $2 discount is applied for senior citizens and applicants who qualify for disability. There are also lifetime licenses available.
Dog license purchases can also be made at http://www.padoglicense.com by choosing Clarion County and paying with a credit or debit card.
For more information, call (814) 226-1113 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.