It’s time to get your 2019 dog license

From staff reports

It’s that time of year again. Starting the beginning of April, the regional dog wardens will be canvassing Clarion County to check for updated dog licenses. It is important that all dogs have 2019 licenses so as to avoid fines of up to $300 per dog plus court costs.

Licenses can be purchased at the county treasurer’s office, in person or by mail.

The application can be downloaded from the treasurer’s page on the county website:

Send the completed application and check or money order to: Tom McConnell, treasurer, 330 Main St., Room 110, Clarion, Pa. 16214.

Purchases can also be made at by choosing Clarion County and paying with a credit or debit card.

Prices are $8.50 for male or female and $6.50 for neutered or spayed dogs.

In addition, there is a $2 discount for senior citizens and applicants who qualify for disability. Lifetime licenses are also available at the county treasurer’s office.

Licenses can also be purchased at:

  • RMS Furniture, New Bethlehem
  • Sligo Rec. Center, Sligo
  • Lander’s Store, Lucinda
  • Knox Country Farm Supply Inc., Knox
  • Steiner’s Outdoors & More, East Brady
  • Rocky Acres Kennel, Clarion
  • Tri County Pet Rescue, Shippenville
  • Fryburg Old Treasure Depot, Fryburg
  • Doggie Bole, Rimersburg
  • Strattanville Borough Office

Anyone with questions should call (814) 226-1113 or email