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Marion County Offering Amnesty for Dog License ViolatorsSalem-News.com
All owners and keepers of dogs in Marion County are required by law to purchase a license when a dog reaches six months of age.
(KEIZER) - Marion County Dog Control will offer amnesty for late fees and licensing violations as well as licenses and vaccinations from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM Saturday, at Copper Creek Mercantile, 4415 River Rd NE in Keizer.
Dr. Susan MacCarthy, DVM, will provide low-cost vaccinations, health exams, microchipping and flea products for both dogs and catsfrom her mobile clinic at the Marion County licensing booth.
Rabies vaccinations for dogs will be $12.50, DHPP vaccinations $16, bordetella $14.50, and microchipping with full registration $39.50.
Licenses are $17 a year for neutered or spayed dogs and $32 for unaltered dogs.
Proof of neutering or spaying must be provided toreceive the reduced fee.
Multi-year licenses are also available.
The fee is $5 for seniors 65 and older with a spayed or neutered dog. Please bring check or exact change.
Dogs must be on leashes or incarriers.
All owners and keepers of dogs in Marion County are required by law to purchase a license when a dog reaches six months of age. Licenses are also required within 30 days of becoming a dog owner or ofmoving into Marion County.
License fees support the work of the dogcontrol program, which rescues stray and injured dogs, handles dog complaints, and helps ensure the safety of the community throughenforcement, education and mediation.
For more information call (503) 588-5233.
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