SAVE THE DATE:
Rabies Vaccination Clinic for dogs and cats
Residents of all towns are welcome!!
SATURDAY June 10, 2017
Avon Animal Shelter
11 Arch Road, Avon
Price - $20 (CASH ONLY)
Requirements - ***You must bring proof of previous rabies vaccine to receive a 3-year vaccine at the clinic. Without proof you will only receive the 1-year vaccine.***
Dog license renewals and new licenses for 2017-2018 will be available for Avon and Canton residents at this event. License renewals can be paid by cash or check.
Dogs must be leashed and cats in carriers. This is for the safety of all involved.
Congratulations to Thurber Shreve, a three-year-old black Flat Coat Retriever, who is our latest TOP DOG! Thurber's owner, Virginia, licensed him by June 30th, making him eligible to win 'Top Dog status', receive Tag #1 and get a basket of goodies! Enjoy your fame Thurber!
Dog licenses are now on sale at the Town Clerk's office
State law requires all dogs over six months of age to be licensed. Dog licenses are issued throughout the year; however, renewal of current licenses takes place during the months of May and June.
Licenses can be obtained at the Town Clerk's office or by mail with a stamped, self-addressed envelope to:
Canton Town Clerk
c/o Dog Licensing
PO Box 168
Collinsville, CT 06022
- Completed Dog Licensing Form
- Current rabies certificate (or documentation of current rabies vaccination due date)
- $19 for an unaltered dog, or $8 for a spayed/neutered dog
- Self-addressed, stamped envelope
A license late fee of $1.00 per month will be imposed beginning July 1st.
A $75 fine will be imposed by the Animal Control Officer on unlicensed dogs in accordance with the State Law.
Per Connecticut State Statute Section 22-338, all Dogs must be vaccinated against rabies and owners must submit a certificate to the Town Clerk when licensing their dog.
For a lost or roaming Dog, please contact Animal Control Officer Beverly LaPlume at 409-4205 or 693-0221. She can also be reached at email@example.com
For more information about the Dept of Agriculture's Animal Population Control Program click here.
Questions or problems about wildlife? Call the DEEP at 860-424-3011.
Animal Control Officer
Dog Licensing Form