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I have heard that dogs have to be registered with the county that you reside in. (I'm not talking about the AKC) Is that optional or mandatory and where do I do that?
 

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In my hometown everyone does. But in Des Moines it seems like not a lot of people do. I'm thinking of doing it because I want to get a season pass to the dog park and to do that you need to be registered.
 

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Originally posted by Nichole@Apr 20 2005, 01:44 PM
In my county, when you bring your dog in for the rabies vaccination, the vet's office automatically registers you and they add the fee into your bill.
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Nicole -

How in the world do you live with such efficiency. The way your town is doing this...no crooked politician can get there hands on it...something must be done to stop this now. Your taxes may actually go down.


In Jersey you have to go the municipality in which you reside, to the local town hall and pay the fee. Rediculous
 

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We have to have any dog over 6 months registered and there has to be proof of the rabies vac. $20 bucks per dog
One time in my bf's town the animal control officer stopped us on a walk to check Peanut's tags...it's nice to know what that $20's is paying for
 

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Originally posted by Teddyandme+Apr 20 2005, 03:06 PM-->
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In my county, when you bring your dog in for the rabies vaccination, the vet's office automatically registers you and they add the fee into your bill.
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Nicole -

How in the world do you live with such efficiency. The way your town is doing this...no crooked politician can get there hands on it...something must be done to stop this now. Your taxes may actually go down.


In Jersey you have to go the municipality in which you reside, to the local town hall and pay the fee. Rediculous

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HAHA!
 

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Originally posted by Nichole@Apr 20 2005, 01:44 PM
In my county, when you bring your dog in for the rabies vaccination, the vet's office automatically registers you and they add the fee into your bill.
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Ditto for Nashville TN
 

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Originally posted by DiDi@Apr 20 2005, 06:17 PM
MEE  You're from Southern Cali right? Where do I register the dog at.  The police department?
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i sent a check and papers (certificate of jongee been spayed -- females get a discount if they are spayed) , and rabies papers) to the Pasadena City Hall...it was about $12 coz i paid after the duedate... i found the info on the Pasadena humane society webpage

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but then i didnt a license for Jong-ee right away coz females get a discount if they are spayed first and then licensed so i waited until jongee got spayed at 8 months and then got her licensed.my vet told me when i first got jongee , im sure if ur vet would tell u details too
 

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Originally posted by Teddyandme+Apr 20 2005, 02:06 PM-->
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@Apr 20 2005, 01:44 PM
In my county, when you bring your dog in for the rabies vaccination, the vet's office automatically registers you and they add the fee into your bill.
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In Jersey you have to go the municipality in which you reside, to the local town hall and pay the fee. Rediculous

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Originally posted by littlepeanut@Apr 20 2005, 02:29 PM
We have to have any dog over 6 months registered and there has to be proof of the rabies vac.  $20 bucks per dog

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You guys SO can't complain!!!


At least you lot don't have a bunch of idiots in Council who make you register a puppy FROM 6 WEEKS OLD
- oh yeah... and just to put the icing on the cake - it's $68 a year to register a non-spayed/neutered pup....
(anyone want to spay a 6 week old puppy?!??!)

Picture this... your dam has just had a litter of 4 pups... great... comes 6 weeks - you either get rid of the pups (imagine the poor things being from mum at 6 weeks old!
) or you pay $272 on top of all the usual bills - non-refundable when you sell them.... NICE


I mean, I am not breeder and don't intend to - but it's the principle I'm arguing here! LOL

SSSSSSHHHHHHHHH Abby is 9 months old and still not registered. And I've had her from 7weeks! Bugger them! She doesn't ever leave my house unless she's with me and is never out of my sight! She doesn't even roam/play in my fully fenced yard without me watching! No point!
 
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