Livingston County encourages dog licensing and contest entries



October 7, 2021

By Jessica Mathews / [email protected]

To celebrate October, National Shelter Dog Adoption Month, the Livingston County Treasurer’s Office encourages all residents to license their dog and enter their four-legged friend into the “Contest.” of the best dogs ”in the county.

Livingston County Treasurer Jennifer Nash says getting a dog license is quick and easy – and helps protect local pets and the community at large. In addition to being required by Michigan state law, dog licenses help control the spread of rabies and provide unique identification to pets so that if they are lost, they can be repatriated. quickly.

Nash says licensing four-legged family members is an important step in dog ownership, adding that there is no penalty for a pet that has never been authorized or for a late permit. She says they just want local dog owners to know the requirements and benefits and to join them in celebrating pets by getting what they call “Your License to Love.”

Owners can obtain a license online or in person at the treasurer’s office, but will be required to provide proof of their pet’s current rabies vaccination and proof of their sterilization, if applicable.

To publicize dog licenses and celebrate local puppies, the treasurer’s office is also holding a “Top Dog Contest” from October 25-29. Residents are encouraged to submit a photo of their dog to the county’s Facebook contest post. The photo of the dog with the most “Likes” will be named the best dog in the county and its photo will be used in the dog license advertisement for 2022.

More information on licensing and the competition is available in the attached press release.



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