PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Pennsylvania Dog Servers will check that dog owners have updated their pet licenses and rabies vaccinations over the coming weeks.
The state law requires that all dogs be older than three months to be licensed per. January 1 every year. Dog licenses are available through county cashiers.
In addition, all dogs and non-wild cats older than three months must receive rabies vaccination.
Anyone who violates the law can be quoted with a fine of no more than $ 300 per. Violation plus legal costs.
The following counties are taken in April:
- Westmoreland [1
Crawford County will be preserved in June.
Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture says dog guards are driving vehicles and wearing uniforms marked with "Pennsylvania Dog Law Enforcement Warden" in a keystone with a state seal. They carry a badge and a state identification.
The dog's guards will ask more expensive evidence of license and evidence of rabies vaccination. If no one is at home or no one answers the door when they arrive, they will leave a written notice.
For more information, visit licenseyourdogPA.com or call (717) 787-3062 .