| Eaton County Sheriff Tom Reich
|| Eaton County Animal Control
756 Courthouse Drive
Charlotte, MI 48813
Services Provided by Animal Control Include:
- Public Education Concerning Animal Care and Related Laws
- Enforcement of State and County Laws Regarding Animals
- Stray/Abandoned Dogs
- Dogs/Livestock At Large
- Dog Licensing
- Animal Bites/Vicious Animals
- Animal Cruelty/Abuse/Neglect Investigations
- Animal Adoptions
Charlotte, MI 48813
Eaton County Animal Control would like to extend an extra special thank you to the following groups & organizations:
Charlotte Peeble's Store & its customers for the donation made to our Special Care Fund
East Side Quilters group for the homemade dog beds
DOG LICENSING INFORMATION
Licensing Requirements: All citizens in the state of Michigan are required to license their dogs four months or older. A current rabies vaccination certificate from a licensed Michigan Veterinarian is required in order to license dogs. There is no reciprocity for out of state dog licenses, however, dog licenses from other Michigan counties are recognized. We begin selling licenses for the upcoming year on December 1st, and the deadline for a dog license purchase is May 31st. Licenses are only valid for the calendar year (January 1st - Decemeber 31st) and must be renewed annually.
- The treasurer’s online dog license website.
- At the Eaton County Animal Control at 756 Courthouse Drive in Charlotte from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily
- At the county treasurer’s office in Charlotte 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
- At your local township, city, or village office until March 1.
!!Treasurer Announces 2017 Doggy Photo Contest!!
The Eaton County Treasurer’s 2017 Doggy Photo Contest also began on December 1. First, second, and third place winners will be chosen by the community at large based on the number of votes or “likes” each photo receives on the treasurer’s Facebook page. Pet photos will be on public display at the Eaton County treasurer’s office in Charlotte, published in a future issue of The County Journal, and posted on the treasurer’s Facebook page. Complete contest rules and regulations are available at the treasurer’s website. Pets must have a valid Eaton County dog license to enter.
“This has become a fun annual event,” said County Treasurer, Bob Robinson. “It’s fun for dog owners and a great way to remind folks about the convenience of our online dog licensing system. Most importantly, we’ll all find out who owns the cutest dog in the county for 2017.
I’d like to thank The County Journal for their kind sponsorship and participation in the contest,” he added.
Link to Contest Rules and Regulations Link to Online Dog License Website