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County Auditor David Thomas Holds Dog License Coloring Contest

Jefferson- Ashtabula County Auditor David Thomas is holding a coloring contest for area children in an effort to promote dog licenses this holiday season. Participants can get their coloring sheet by stopping into the Auditor’s Office in Jefferson or going online to to print off a copy.

“For many families, their dog is like another member of the family,” shared Auditor Thomas. “Dog licenses help protect them and provides resources for vital services in our community. Why not have some fun in spreading the info and involve kids.”

The contest is open until December 16th by returning the finished work of art to the Auditor’s Office. These colorings will be on display in the Courthouse through the dog license season as a reminder of the importance to get pets licensed.

Renewal applications have been sent out by the Auditor’s Office by mail, but all residents are encouraged to participate in the license program. All dogs three-months-old or older must register or renew their license each year between December 1 and January 31. Licenses alert the Dog Warden of official ownership and the owner’s contact information if a dog becomes lost or a concern arises. These fees help with shelter costs and Dog Warden funds.

The winner of the dog coloring contest will receive a free 2020 dog license and a basket of art supplies for their creativity. Questions on the coloring contest or dog licenses can be directed to the Auditor’s dog license web page or 440-576-3794. Online sales of licenses begin December 1 but are available in person or by mail prior.

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