Avoid a Barking Ticket— Get Your Dog License at the library

. January 1, 2018.
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The Toledo Lucas County Public Library branches now provides dog licensing services. All 20 branches, including the main library downtown, have added the service for convenience to dog-owners. Anita Lopez, Lucas County Auditor, initiated the partnership with the Library, making it easier for owners to renew their dogs’ license, saying “increasing community partnerships is a component of the Library’s strategic plan, so it made perfect sense for us to explore working together.”

$25 per dog. 419-259-5200. toledolibrary.org.

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