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Dog License

Dog License

Ordering Your Dog License

Order your dog license by mail

  1. Print Dog License Application form Other Resources section on this page.
  2. Complete all information on the application and make sure it is signed.
  3. Make your check or money order payable to: Huntingdon County Treasurer
  4. Put a self addressed stamped envelope in with application so we can mail your dog license(s) back.
  5. Mail to:  Susan Harry

                Huntingdon County Treasurer

                233 Penn Street

                Huntingdon, PA  16652

Order your dog license online

Dog Licenses can now be ordered online. To place an order or for more information please use the provided link on the Other Resources portion of this page.

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A Completed  Permanent Identification Verification (PIV) Form must accompany the Lifetime Dog Application 

Dog License Agents

Huntingdon County Humane Society

  • 11371 School House Hollow Road

    Huntingdon, Pa  16652


  • Dogwood Dog Lodge 

    10945 R Dream Drive

    Huntingdon, PA 16652


  • Orbisonia True Value Hardware

    455 Ridgley Street

    Orbisonia, Pa  17243


Dog License Fees

(Annual licenses valid from January 1 - December 31)

Questions regarding dog licenses should be directed to Susan M. Harry, 814-643-3523

*Issued only by the County Treasurer’s Office and dog must be tattooed or microchipped.

Regular Licenses Fee:

  • Male  $8.70
  • Female  $8.70

Lifetime Licenses Fee:*

  • Male  $52.70
  • Female  $52.70

Senior Citizen or Disability License Fee:

  • Male  $6.70
  • Female  $6.70

Senior Citizen or Person w/Disability Lifetime License Fee:*

  • Male  $36.70
  • Female  $36.70

Important Information

  • State law requires all dogs 3 months of age or older to be licensed.  Owners of unlicensed dogs are subject to fines not to exceed $500.00.
  • Residents must be 65 to purchase a Senior Citizen License or a Senior Citizen Lifetime License.
  • Regular, Senior Citizens/Disability and Lifetime dog licenses are available at the Treasurer's Office or by mail.  Agents located throughout the county only sell Regular and Senior Citizen/Disability dog licenses, also a .50 cent fee will be added at all outlets.
  • A dog license application must be submitted to the county you live in. You may use the application if you reside outside Huntingdon County but must submit it to your county of residence.