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York County has dog licenses available for 2020

Tina Locurto
York Dispatch
Stacy Naugle, of Windsor Township, brought her two dogs, Zoey (left) and T.J. (right) to the 2019 Mental Health Awareness Walk for the York-Adams chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness Saturday, Oct. 12, at West York Area Middle School.

Dog licenses required for 2020 are now available to residents at the York County Treasurer's Office. 

The licenses, required for all dogs 3 months and older, can be purchased for $8.50. Owners with dogs that are spayed or neutered will only be required to pay $6.50.

Alternatively, lifetime licenses for dogs with permanent identification can be purchased for $51.50. Owners with dogs that are spayed or neutered will only pay $31.50 for a lifetime license. 

Dog licenses can be picked up at the York County Treasurer's Office, located at 28 E. Market St. in York City. 

All dog owners are required by law to have a license, and being caught without one could result in a fine of up to $300, according to a news release. 

All dogs must be licensed by Jan. 1.

For more information, visit yorkcountypa.gov

— Reach Tina Locurto at tlocurto@yorkdispatch.com or on Twitter at @tina_locurto.