Beaver County, Pennsylvania
Sandie Egley, Treasurer
All dogs three months or older must be licensed by January 1 of each year. Violators can be cited with a maximum fine of $300 per violation plus court costs.
Please keep your license receipt for your records
Duplicate licenses are available at the Beaver County Treasurer's Office for $1.50.
Search for its owner at: Dog License Website
Purchases made online are payable using American Express, Discover, Mastercard and Visa credit cards.
Items purchased online are subject to a per item convenience fee, indicated as 'Online Fee'.
Licenses are sent through the postal mail. Please allow up to 10 business days for processing and delivery.
All registrations are subject to review. Knowingly providing false or misleading information can result in penalty, fine or prosecution under the law.
Click RENEW LICENSE and Login using your Account or License information.
You will be asked for either the Renewal ID and Online Code from the renewal reminder you received in the mail, or last year's license number.
If you do not know that information, there is a link provided to Look for your License Number.
To purchase additional new licenses, return to this page, select the new items and Add to Cart.
When you have all the items you need, click 'Check Out' from within the shopping cart to complete the process.
Select the appropriate license item from menu on the right and ADD TO CART.
To purchase other items, return to this page and select them.
When you have all the items you need, click CHECK OUT from within the shopping cart to complete the process.
You should select NEW USER and SUBMIT. You will be prompted to complete your owner information to complete the purchase.
Complete the application and send it, along with payment to:
Beaver County Treasurer, Sandie Egley
Beaver County Courthouse
810 Third Street
Beaver, PA 15009
Lifetime licenses may only be purchased at the Beaver County Treasurer's Office, in person or by mail.
If your pet is microchipped or tattooed, it is eligible for a lifetime dog license.
Download and print the required forms below:
Pennsylvania's Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement is responsible for law enforcement in regard to dog licenses and other Pennsylvania state laws regarding dogs.
All dogs must be under control and are not permitted to run at-large.
Complaints may be reported to the local State Dog Warden Christopher McKeown, state dog warden, at 724-480-5161, or you may complete the following Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Bureau of Dog Law Complaint form.
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