- Call the dog control officer to inform him that you have lost your pet. He will let you know if he has picked up any dogs matching the description of your pet.
- Read the lost and found ads in the Press Republican.
- Listen to WIRY "Lost and Found".
- Check the web site dogsindanger.com.
REMINDER TO ALL TOWN RESIDENTS - ALL DOGS MUST BE LICENSED IN THE TOWN OF BEEKMANTOWN BY FOUR MONTHS OF AGE. THIS IS A STATE LAW! TO LICENSE YOUR DOG YOU WILL NEED PROOF OF RABIES VACCINATIONS AND A CERTIFICATE OF SPAY OR NEUTER IF YOU HAVE ONE
General Information for Dog Owners
To license new dog click here!
Online dog license renewal click here!
(must have updated rabies on file)
Dogs must be licensed at four (4) months of age (ALL DOGS-EVEN HOUSE DOGS).
Dog licenses are renewable each year, during the month of original licensing. You will receive the renewal license in the mail from The Beekmantown Town Clerk, and must supply current rabies information when licensing or renewing the license.
Proof of spaying or neutering is also required when licensing the first time, or at renewal after the dog has been spayed/neutered.
Fees are payable to: Beekmantown Town Clerk, 571 Spellman Road, West Chazy, NY 12992
Fee amounts are: $20.00 - Un-spayed or Un-neutered Dog, $ 10.00 - Spayed or Neutered Dog (Proof Required)
If your dog dies, is lost, stolen or you give the dog away to another person. PLEASE NOTIFY the town clerk's office, 563-4650 Ext 2, so our records can be updated.
Town of Beekmantown has a Spay/Neuter Program. Proof is required. Dog must be licensed to qualify for this reimbursement. Bring the spay/neuter certificate to the town office to process the paperwork for your reimbursement. The payback is as follows: Spay-$20.00, Neuter-$15.00.
REIMBURSEMENT IS DONE ONE TIME PER FAMILY ONLY
Animal Population Control Program, for animals adopted from an approved Pound, Shelter, SPCA, etc. Information available at the animal Shelter, Pound, SPCA or contact the Town Clerk.
The Town of Beekmantown has a DOG CONTROL LAW. Dogs should be on their owners property, or under owners control if off your property. (Be a Considerate Dog Owner. Remember not all people may like dogs on their property or bothering them as they traverse the public roadways of our town).
If your dog should get loose and be picked up the Dog Control Officer. You will be required to pay boarding fees plus, a dog seizure fee of $25.00 to redeem the dog the first time, $50.00 second time, $75.00 third time, in one year. Seized dogs are housed at Elmore SPCA in Peru.