DOG LICENSE EXTENTION – Governor Janet Mills has signed Executive Order 29 FY 20/21, allowing dog owners extra time to license their animals. Owners now have until June 2, 2021, to renew overdue dog licenses. Veterinarian-administered rabies vaccinations and immunizations are required to be kept current. A rabies certificate is required when applying for a license.
All dogs over the age of six months are required to be licensed each year in the town where they reside. You must provide a valid rabies certificate, along with proof of neutering or spaying. New dogs need to be licensed at 6 months of age or within ten days of the dog having moved to Brunswick.
Your current year's license expires on December 31st. Licenses for next year are available beginning October 15th. You may license your dog through the mail by providing a current rabies certificate, a stamped self-addressed envelope, and a check made payable to the Town of Brunswick.
Late Fee After January 31 Is an Additional $25 Per Dog (Extended to JUNE 2, 2021 - LATE FEE APPLIES THEN)
If you have questions, the Animal Control Officer can be reached through the Police Department's non-emergency phone number: 207-725-6621.