Created on Wednesday, 12 February 2014 Written by NATE SMITH
Well more than 5,000 dog tags have been purchased for local canines this year, and officials at the Top of Ohio Pet Shelter believe an aggressive public relations campaign is making a difference.
Lori Plummer, executive director for the shelter, told Logan County Commissioners Tuesday the steady dog tag sales have meant $68,707.80 for the local animal shelter.
A total of 5,583 regular tags have been sold this year, according to Logan County Auditor Mike Yoder. The shelter receives 90 percent of all revenue generated from dog licensing fees.
State law requires that all dogs, at least three months old, must be tagged.
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