Does my dog need a license?
Yes, it is the law! A dog is required to be licensed once it is 3-months of age or thirty days from the date the dog is acquired or brought from out-of-state. If the dog has a license from another Ohio county, the license is good in Greene County until the annual renewal period. If this scenario applies to you, it is our recommendation the county where the dog is registered be contacted with the updated residential information.

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1. Does my dog need a license?
2. Where do I find information about the requirements for licensing dog?
3. What are dog licensing fees used for?
4. How much does a dog license cost?
5. When do I need to purchase a dog license?
6. How do I get a dog license?
7. How can I avoid a late fee?
8. How do I replace a lost license?
9. How can I transfer a license to a new owner?
10. Are dog licenses valid anywhere in the state?
11. If I move here from another state, is that state's license valid?
12. How do I update license information on file?
13. How do I report my dog as being "lost?"
14. What should I do if I find a lost dog?
15. What is a kennel license?