Agriculture Secretary Reminds Pennsylvanians to Apply for 2009 Dog License
“Obtaining a license is a quick and easy process that is essential to the safety of our pets,” said Wolff. “If a dog is lost or stolen, a license can help make sure they get home safely.”
State law requires that all dogs three months or older be licensed by
All dogs must be licensed. Failure to license a dog is a summary offense and a maximum fine of
Fees collected through dog licensing are used to fund the Department of Agriculture Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement, which helps protect the health, safety and welfare of dogs. More than 900,000 licenses were obtained in 2008.
CONTACT: Nicole L. C. Bucher (717) 787-5085
SOURCE Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture