2023 DOG LICENSE
Dog Licenses expire December 31 and all dogs in the township must be vaccinated and licensed.
According to Dog License Law, Chapter 174, Wisconsin Statutes, any dog over the age of 5 months must be licensed annually. The fee for this license is $5.00 for a neutered male or spayed female or $12.00 for any dog not spayed or neutered. This license needs to be purchased by March 31. If acquiring a dog after March 31, a license needs to be purchased within 30 days of acquisition.
If you need to license more than five dogs, contact the Treasurer for a cost effective Kennel License.
The County requires proof of rabies vaccination, such as a vet report, in order for your treasurer to process your request. Please remember to include this paperwork. If you already have a current vaccination certificate on file with the Treasurer, you do not need to submit it again.
You can submit this form with the rabies vaccination uploaded and pay online. OR, you can PRINT THIS FORM and return to the Town of Clover Treasurer with proof of rabies vaccination from a veterinarian, and a check in the appropriate amount. You can either drop it in the slotted door of the town office or mail to the Treasurer. Your tag(s) will be returned by USPS mail. If you have more than one dog, you can download this EXTRA DOG(S) page.
Town of Clover Treasurer
87310 Old School Rd.
Herbster, WI 54844
NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS:
- FAILURE TO LICENSE your dog could result in a citation of up to $500.00.
- Stats. 95.21(10) PENALTIES. (a) Failure to obtain rabies vaccination. An owner who fails to have a dog vaccinated against rabies as required under sub. (2)(a) may be required to forfeit not less than $50.00 nor more than $100.00.
- 95.21(2) RABIES VACCINATION REQUIREMENT FOR DOGS. (a) The owner of a dog shall have the dog vaccinated against rabies by a veterinarian within 30 days after the dog reaches 4 months of age and revaccinated within one year after the initial vaccination . . . The owner of a dog shall have the dog revaccinated against rabies by a veterinarian before the date the immunization expires as stated on the certificate of vaccination or, if no date is specified, within 3 years after the previous vaccination