If you own a dog in Southborough and it’s more than six months old, you need to get a license for it each year. A license costs $12 for dogs that are not spayed or neutered, and $8 for dogs that are. If your dog is new to Southborough, you’ll need to provide a copy of the vet certificate showing that your dog has been spayed or neutered. Payment is by cash or check only.
To get a license, stop by the Town Clerk’s office at the Town House. You can also apply by mail. Either way you’ll need to provide a record of your dog’s most-recent rabies vaccination.
After June 1, a $10 late fee — plus penalties — will be charged for each not not licensed.
For more information, visit the Town Clerk’s website.
(Photo posted on flickr by Astig!!)
Such a cute doggie, love the “in action” pic!
Wish I could take credit for that photo, but it’s from flickr … truly amazing what you can find on flickr.
is this apply by mail new? I remember Al Hamilton mentioning something about this–after all these years could it be true? Great to see progress and change taking place, first the water and real estate bill mailed together and now this! I might just go for the full fat ice cream tonite-