The cut-off date to shop for a Franklin County canine license is Thursday

The cut-off date to shop for a Franklin County canine license is ThursdayThe cut-off date to shop for a Franklin County canine license is Thursday

The Franklin County Dog Shelter and Adoption Center on Tamarack Boulevard in northeast Columbus.

The cut-off date to buy a Franklin County canine license is Thursday (March 31).

The fee for a license for twelve months is $18 for a canine this is spayed or neutered and $35 for a canine that’s not. For individuals who pay after April 1, the costs double to $35 and $70, respectively

Licenses could also be bought on-line at doglicense.franklincountyohio.gov or on the Franklin County Auditor’s workplace license counter at 373 S. Top St., twenty first ground. The counter is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday via Friday.

House owners too can trade addresses, obtain bureaucracy and replace data on their canines by way of the web gadget. 

For the 3rd immediately 12 months, the renewal cut-off date used to be prolonged two months from the traditional January cut-off date to check out to spice up the quantity of licenses. After the cut-off date passes, the auditor’s workplace will read about how efficient the lengthened renewal duration has been in expanding licensing.