2024 Dog License Season Opens on November 16th
CLERMONT COUNTY RENEWAL WINDOW FOR 2024 DOG LICENSES OPENS ON NOVEMBER 16th
Failure to renew a dog’s license will result in penalties or fines.
The 2024 renewal window for Clermont County dog licenses opens on November 16th, 2023. All dog licenses expire annually on December 31st and require renewal every year. Dog owners are advised to renew their licenses as soon as possible during the renewal window to maintain compliance with local ordinances. Failure to renew by the January 31, 2024, will result in penalties or fines.
Through Clermont County’s licensing partnership with DocuPet, dog owners can conveniently renew their dog’s license online, eliminating the need for in-person visits or mailed applications. This streamlined process saves time for dog owners and ensures that dogs are appropriately licensed and easily identifiable while reducing the risk of penalties for non-compliance.
Clermont County residents can easily purchase or renew dog licenses for the 2024 season by visiting clermontcounty.docupet.com. Dog owners may also license their dogs by mail, phone, or in person. Residents have the flexibility to choose the renewal method that is most convenient for them, which makes it easier than ever for dog owners to comply with licensing requirements and keep their furry friends safe and accounted for. Licensing a dog in Clermont County ranges from $16 for a one-year license to $160 for a lifetime license.
Pet licenses play a crucial role in ensuring the safety of both pets and the community at large. Lost pets with proper identification tags not only make it back home faster, but they are actively supporting local shelters by opening up valuable space and resources for the vulnerable animals that truly need it.
Clermont County residents that renew online and use code CLMTRENEW before 12/31/2023 can get 50% off their next stylish regularly priced designer license tag thanks to DocuPet’s renewal season incentive. Every DocuPet tag is equipped with the free HomeSafe™ 24/7 lost pet service and may double as a pet’s official license. 20% of the proceeds from these fun and functional tags goes to DocuPet’s Safe&Happy Fund to support the critical local animal welfare work of the Clermont County Animal Shelter so pets in the community can look good while doing good.
For more information on pet licensing in Clermont County, please visit clermontcounty.docupet.com or contact our office at 513-732-7150, Monday through Friday 8am to 4:30pm.