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Trumbull County offering dog license amnesty

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Dog owners who have yet to purchase a license for their pooch have an opportunity to do so without a penalty.  Now through Thursday, the Trumbull County Dog Warden is offering license renewal with fine forgiveness.

Those who have not renewed a license for 2014 can get one during the three day period for $18.00, and the late fine will be waived. A new license is also being offered at the Dog Warden office for $18.00.

The Dog Warden will close the office at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday so staff can attend various rabies clinics being offered by the Health Department throughout the county.

Rabies vaccinations will be administered for $15.00 between the hours of 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday. Pet owners should bring their current rabies vaccination certificate so the new one can be issued for a period of three years.

Vaccination sites:

Bristol Twp Garage

Champion Twp Garage

Cortland City Garage

Howland Park Rotary Pavilion

Hubbard Twp Admin Bldg (Elmwood)

Kinsman Fire Dept

Churchill Park in Liberty

Newton Falls Garage (Arlington)

Waddell Park Pavilion, Niles

Warren Packard Park Octagon Shelter

It is required by the state of Ohio that dogs be vaccinated for rabies and licensed.

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