Dog License

2020 Dog Tags Sold in your Local Communities

 January 3, 2020     Thoman's IGA - West Liberty
 January 4, 2020     Lowe's - Bellefontaine
 January 7, 2020     Little Red Mill - Belle Center
 January 9, 2020     Winner's Market - Lakeview
 January 11, 2020    Richwood Bank - Huntsville
       January 15, 2020    DeGraff Village Office - DeGraff
   January 17, 2020    Field's Grocery - West Mansfield
     January 18, 2020    Kroger - Bellefontaine
    January 21, 2020    Middleburg Service Center - Middleburg
         January 23, 2020    Community Market - E. Sandusky, Bellefontaine
 January 24, 2020    Desperado's - Huntsville
 January 25, 2020    Community Market - Lakeview
     January 28, 2020    Rite Aid - Russells Point
 January 30, 2020    Degraff Village Office - DeGraff
 January 31, 2020    Michael Angelo's Pizza - Rushsylvania
      
It is the law that all dogs need tags by January 31, 2020.

Buying a dog tag by Mail


2020 Tag Prices through January 31, 2020.
                             Single year      $16.00
                             3 year              $ 48.00
                             Permanent       $ 160.00 
                             Kennel              $ 90.00 (5 tags)
Tags purchased after January 31st, 2020 will include a late fee (double the standard amount.) All dogs, 3 months of age or older, are required to be tagged in Ohio.

Dog Tag Application

To purchase a tag simply supply the following information about each dog:
  • Age
  • Breed
  • Color(s)
  • Hair Length
  • Sex
Send your request along with a self-addressed stamped envelope to the County Auditor.

Buying a Dog Tag Online


Click on the link below to purchase a dog tag online.
Online dog licensing


Definition of Kennel Owner


A kennel owner is a person, partnership, firm, company, or corporation professionally engaged in the business of breeding dogs for sale. Owner must have a vendor's license to qualify.

A Message from Auditor, Jack Reser



Dear Dog Owner,
It is up to you to keep your dog healthy, happy, and safe.

Take your dog to a veterinarian. Protect your pet from deadly contagious diseases by simple inoculations and regular checkups. Consider spaying and neutering to prevent the tragedy of unwanted puppies and to protect your pet from health problems.

Give your dog regular exercise. A daily brisk walk on a leash can prevent many behavioral problems like chewing, barking, and digging. Help your dog burn up calories and energy in a healthy way.

Feed your dog a balanced diet of good food and fresh water. Your dog can't just go fix a snack. You are his chef and server.

License your dog. Not only is it the law, but a Logan County license automatically registers your dog for a  trip home if he gets lost.

Remember, call 937-599-7209 if you find a lost dog.

Sincerely,
Jack Reser