The Town of Newburgh Code of Ordinance §90.35 explains pet permits in Newburgh. Basically, it says that you have to have a pet permit for any pat over three months of age except for small caged birds and fish. So, both dogs and cats (and other animals) require getting a pet permit in the Town of Newburgh.
Permits last for up to one year and expire on the first Tuesday of February. In order to get a pet permit, you have to disclose the following information:
- Breed (if known and applicable)
- Sex of animal
- Sterilization status
- Name of custodial adult
- Phone number
- Proof of vaccination of rabies (for applicable species)
Cats and dogs in Newburgh both have to wear durable tags on their collars
Fees For Newburgh Pet Permits
- Sterilized dog: $5
- Sterilized cat: $5
- Unsterilized dog: $15
- Unsterilized cat: $15
- Service animal: $0
- All other animals: $5
Violations of this ordinance can result in a fine.
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