Dog Licensing Services for Newtown Residents
If you’re a resident of Newtown and you own a dog that is three months of age or older, you must have him or her licensed by January 1st of each year. Failing to abide by this law can result in a maximum $300 fine, in addition to any court fees that may apply. In the event that your dog is lost, a current license is the quickest way to get your beloved pet back. The small license fee required helps the millions of dogs in the state by funding the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, Dog Law Enforcement Office.
For annual dog licensing, we have the paperwork that you need to fill out, as well as the ability to handle license processing, so you can leave with your metal Bucks County dog license in hand. In addition to yearly licenses, lifetime Bucks County Dog Licenses are available through the Bucks County Treasurer’s Officer. Stop by or give us a call today to ensure that your furry family members are properly registered with the state.
Regular Citizen Dog License Fees:
Male/Female: $8.50 County fee
Neutered Male/Spayed Female: $6.50 County fee
Senior Citizens and Handicap Dog License Fees:
Male/Female: $6.50 County fee
Neutered Male/Spayed Female: $4.50 County fee
Resources for Newtown dog owners:
- PA Dog Licensing Laws
- American Kennel Club Canine Health Foundation
- Most Popular Dog Breeds
- Bucks County Pet Boarding
Newtown is a township located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Newtown traces its roots directly back to William Penn, who purchased 5,000 acres from the Lenni Lenape Indians in 1683. He named this land “New Township,” which gradually evolved into “Newtown,” and served as the County Seat of Bucks County from 1726 until 1813, when it was moved to Doylestown. As of 2010, Newtown had a population of 19,299 residents.