There are several ways to register your dog :
Complete and mail the dog registration form with your payment to:
Trumbull County Auditor
160 High St. NW
Warren, OH 44481
ATTN: DOG LICENSE DIVISION
Online Renewal - an additional processing fee of $2.25 per tag applies. Use your previous year dog license number to access your online information for renewals. If your address has changed, please use the new dog registration option online with your new address instead of your previous year tag number.
ALL TAGS PURCHASED ONLINE AFTER 2/28 ARE SUBJECT TO THE RENEWAL PENALTY
New dog or puppy? Use the dog registration form option to avoid paying the penalty if registering after February 28th.
ONE YEAR TAGS ONLY
Visit a neighborhood dog licensing agent from December 1st to February 28th only.
ONE YEAR TAGS ONLY
Visit the Trumbull County Auditor’s Office or the Trumbull County Dog Warden
From 8:30 am to 4:30 pm MON-FRI
3 YEAR LICENSES AVAILABLE ALSO FROM DECEMBER 1ST TO FEBRUARY 28TH ONLY
The following licenses are ONLY available at the Trumbull County Auditor’s Office.
LIFETIME DOG LICENSE - December 1st to February 28th only
REPLACEMENT DOG LICENSE
If you purchase a kennel license, you must also purchase a Trumbull County Vendor’s license to collect and remit sales tax to the State of Ohio twice per year. Vendor license fee is $25.*Definition of "Kennel Owner":
According to the Ohio Revised Code Section 955.02, a kennel owner is a "person, partnership, firm, company, or corporation professionally engaged in the business of breeding dogs for hunting or for sale." When a person breeds dogs avowedly as a hobby, "but permits sales to become such a factor that he advertises for sale" the breeding activity and dogs, that person "is professionally engaged in the business of dog breeding" and should be registered as a kennel.
The term "kennel" means any pack or collection of dogs, over the age of three months, kept together for the purposes of hunting or for sale. Ohio Revised Code 955.04
PERMANENT ASSISTANCE DOG LICENSE- NO FEE
An assistance dog must be trained by a non-profit agency to assist the blind, hearing impaired, or person with a physical disability. A copy of the certification is required to register the dog. Assistance Dog License Application
***Emotional support animals do not qualify for an assistance dog license.***