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Right To Bark: Thorold opens 2022 dog licence registration

Rates will begin to increase on January 1
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A dog, currently not living in Thorold. Photo: Pexels.com

Thorold dog owners should get ready to renew licences for their four-legged companions.

The city has opened up its registration via the online service DocuPet, and is now accepting payment for 2022.

All dogs living in Thorold must have a valid licence each year.

Rates will begin increasing on January 1, so to avoid increasing costs, it could be a good time to look into the program right now.

Follow this link to purchase your license.

A fine up to $100 may be charged for failing to comply.


Ludvig Drevfjall

About the Author: Ludvig Drevfjall

Ludvig Drevfjall has been the editor of ThoroldToday since January 2020. He has worked as a journalist in Sweden, British Columbia and Ontario
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