How old does a dog have to be to be licensed?
A dog must be licensed beginning at four months of age according to the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets. Every dog, regardless of age, owned or harbored in New York State for longer than 30 days, must be licensed in the town, city, or village where the dog is being harbored.

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1. Are the leash and scooper laws Town of Bethlehem laws or state-wide?
2. Are there any fees for marriage licenses? How long is the license valid? Can divorce decrees be photocopies?
3. Can I get a fishing or hunting license at your office?
4. What are the hours the Town Clerk's office is open?
5. Do you have a notary public on staff? What information must I provide to get a document notarized? Are there any fees involved?
6. Does a dog have to be licensed in order to use the dog park? Must the dog's owner be a resident of the town to use the dog park?
7. How do I get a handicap parking permit?
8. How do I register to vote?
9. How do I get an absentee ballot for voting if I cannot get to my polling location?
10. How do I go about getting access to town records?
11. How often must a dog be licensed? What are the dog licensing fees?
12. How old does a dog have to be to be licensed?
13. I own a pet snake. Is there anything special I have to report?
14. What do I need to get a marriage license?
15. What election district am I in?
16. What information do I need to license my dog?
17. What is needed to get a certificate of residency? Who needs them and why?
18. What type of payment do you accept?