SCHENECTADY, N.Y. -- If you still need to license your dog in Schenectady, the city clerk's office is making it easy for you.
Representatives from their office will be issuing dog licenses at the Central Park Pavilion, Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. The dog registration will coincide with the Schenectady County rabies vaccination clinic.
Every dog owned or harbored In New York State for longer than 30 days must be licensed, but there are some exemptions. They include dogs under four months of age not running at large, and dogs confined to the premises of any public or private hospital, research Institution or a Class A Dealer with a certificate of exemption from the Commissioner.
To license your dog, you must have proof of current rabies vaccination and a spay or neuter certificate, if applicable.