Friday, March 24th, 2023 at 10:47am
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Thursday, March 23rd, 2023 at 4:44pm
Make a difference! Put your skills and talents to use in these or other positions:
* Caseworker in Child Protective Services
* 911 Dispatcher in Public Safety Services
* Administrative Assistant/Receptionist for Board of County Commissioners
Thursday, March 23rd, 2023 at 3:03pm
The Clermont County Mental Health and Recovery Board will present the Stepping Up Ohio Countywide Meeting virtually 11 a.m.-2 p.m. April 17, featuring presentations on mental illness and the criminal justice population.
Thursday, March 23rd, 2023 at 1:36pm
With extra SNAP benefits ending for 20,000 Clermont County residents, the Department of Job and Family Services is teaming with OSU Extension – Clermont County for a monthly class to teach ways to stretch the food budget. https://t.co/Ib2c1QwcOc
By Commissioner Ed Humphrey
A mere $16 will buy your dog a great Christmas present, and bring you peace of mind. That’s how much a 2017 dog license costs in Clermont County.
In Clermont County, more than 18,000 dogs were licensed in 2016. But we estimate that is less than half the number of dogs in the county. We can do better than that!
So why should you license your dog? Most importantly, if your dog is lost, you have a much better chance of being reunited if your pet has a current tag. If your dog is brought to the county animal shelter, you will be notified quickly. If the dog does not have tags, your odds of being reunited go down dramatically. And you won’t pay any penalty when you claim your dog.
The county animal shelter, managed by Clermont to the Rescue Humane Society, takes in an average of 61 stray dogs a month. Many are neither licensed nor microchipped, so it is much harder to find their owners.
Your tag fees support the operations at the animal shelter. Clermont to the Rescue provides shelter, food and medicine to dogs that are brought to the shelter. In 2015, approximately $309,000 in license fees helped to fund the shelter. As well, the fees help to support the work of the county dog warden, who helps protect citizens against dangerous dogs and also investigates claims of animal cruelty.
You can buy your tags through Jan. 31, 2017, at many spots throughout the county, including the Clermont County Administration Building, 101 E. Main St., Batavia, from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Licenses are also available from various vendors from throughout the county, which can be found on the Auditor’s website here. Licenses bought after Jan. 31 are charged a $16 late fee.
So do your pet – and yourself — a favor for 2017. Buy that tag and put it on your pet’s collar. If you love your dog, you’ll want to license your dog.
Locations to buy tags:
Ace Hardware Animal Rescue Fund Hillside Small Animal Hospital
675 Loveland Madeira Road 85 Lucy Run Road 4400 Hartman Lane
Loveland 45140 Amelia 45102 Batavia 45103
(513) 583-1415 (513) 753-9252 (513) 735-0738
Auditor’s Office Beck’s Hardware
101 E Main St. 1798 State Route 28
Batavia 45103 Goshen 45122
(513) 732-7150 (513) 722-2000
Bethel Feed & Supply Clermont to the Rescue Humane Society
528 W. Plane St. 4025 Filager Road
Bethel 45106 Batavia 45103
(513) 734-2246 (513) 732-8854
EADS Fence Co. Kennel Resorts
131 Broadway 5825 Meadowview Drive
Loveland 45140 Milford 45150
(513)677-4040 (513) 831-7297
League for Animal Welfare Lifetime Pet Center of New Richmond
4193 Taylor Road 1044-A Old US 52
Batavia 45103 New Richmond 45157
(513) 735-2299 (513) 553-9954
Family Animal Hospital Milford Village Veterinary Clinic
333 W. Main St. 736 Lila Ave.
Batavia 45103 Milford 45150
(513) 732-1116 (513) 831-1882
Clough Pike Animal Clinic Hall’s Hardware
1940 Clough Pike 523 Market St.
Batavia 45103 Felicity 45120
(513) 732-1575 (513) 876-2262
TailWaggers Doggy Daycare Carney’s Feed Mill
4528 Aicholtz Road 5284 Edman Road
Cincinnati 45245 Batavia 45103
(513) 843-4340 (513) 625-7755