Dog Licenses Due in Lyndonville

millieLYNDONVILLE-The final date for dog licenses is due next month....all dogs over the age of six months are required by state law to be registered within their town.The town of Lyndonville will be hosting a clinic on march 30th at the municipal building to help owners register their dogs as well as get rabies vaccinations for any dog who needs it. Town Manager Justin Smith says, "we will have a clerk on staff to license your dog on March 30th."

 The event is free and Smith says that it is not only a state requirement but it helps bring piece of mind to those in the town.

"We appreciate people getting their dogs licensed. If there is an incident with a dog it gives the person that is injured a little bit better state of mind knowing that the dog does have his rabies vaccination and things of that nature so it's important. It's not only the law but it provides a little reassurance in a otherwise stressful situation."

The final day to register for dog licenses is April 1st and mail in applications are also available for those who cannot make an appointment at the municipal offices.

The fee for the licenses is four dollars for a spayed animal and eight dollars for an un-spayed animal. There is a late fee for those who don't meet the April 1st deadline of a 50% increase in price.

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