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I was wondering, where does one go to get a county dog license? I want to be able to take my pup to a dog park, but all the parks require a license. So I tired looking up where to get one, but I must be missing the answer somewhere. If someone specifically knows for NJ, that's be even better.
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As joji said, most dog licenses are not county licenses, but rather, city licenses. In the cities in my state, you just go up to the city office to get it. The rabies tags are issued by the vet's clinic, but they also give you a certificate in case the tag ever gets lost. The certificate is required to show proof of rabies vaccination in order to get the city license.
I live just over the bridge in Bucks County PA. It's a county license here for my 3. You would contact your township admin building and it should be the licensing and inspections department. Your township building is probably in the same complex as your police and fire department or close by.
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