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Time to license your dog!

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The Rochester City Clerk’s Office will be mailing certified letters to dog owners that have not yet licensed their dog(s); licenses expired April 30, 2020. Dogs can be licensed in person at the City Clerk’s Office Monday-Friday 8-9am for senior citizens and those at risk, 9-5pm for the general public. The office is closed from 1-2pm.

If rabies vaccines are up-to-date, you may re-license your dog online for a small additional fee. Click here for online licensing: https://pay.eb2gov.com/Service/DogLicensing/177…

Checks or Money Orders should be mailed to City Clerk’s Office at 31 Wakefield Street, Rochester, NH 03867. For additional information and inquiries, contact the City Clerk’s Office at (603) 332-2130 or Animal Control at (603) 330-7122.

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