Delhi: Dogs must be licensed


DELHI - The town of Delhi Clerk’s office reminds residents of the town and village that all dogs older than four months must be licensed. Licensing ensures that all dogs have been properly vaccinated against rabies. If your dog is spayed/ neutered the fee is $6 per year. If the dog is not spayed/neutered the fee is $15 per year.

If your dog is unlicensed and/or is caught running at large the dog is subject to seizure and you are subject to a court appearance and a fine, as well as redemption fees from the shelter. Failure to license your dog may subject you to an appearance ticket to the town court and a fine. 

The village of Delhi requires all dogs to be leashed while off the owner’s property.

Contact the town clerk at 607-746-2172 or 607-746-3737 for further information on licensing your dog. You will need a current rabies certificate and proof of spayed/neuter from your vet if applicable. 

The Delhi Tow Clerk’s office is open Monday through Friday 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. 

The dog control officer for the town of Delhi serves on an ‘on-call’ basis. For dog control related issues within the town of Delhi, call 607-242-5627. 


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