Jill Hall - Brown County Auditor

   
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Until further notice, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the wellbeing of the public and our staff, the Auditor office will be limiting office access.  We will be working 7:30a to 4:00p, Monday through Friday.   We ask that if you MUST visit the office in person we request you wear a mask or face covering.  Our preferred contact is by Email or phone (Contact Us) rather than an on-sight visit.  Jill Hall - Brown Co. Auditor

Important Dates

December 1st - Dog Tag Applications go on sale for next year

Purchase Dog Tags

Online_Dog_Registration

Dog Warden

Brown County Animal Shelter
(937) 378-3457
100 Veterans Blvd.
Georgetown, Ohio  45121

Controlling Your Dog

When?

At all times. The Ohio Revised Code specifies that all dogs must be either kept confined to your property or be under reasonable control at all times. Letting your dog out the door, for instance, is not normally considered reasonable control. It is considered reasonable if you dog is leashed or under your control as you walk him. You can be held responsible for damages which your dog causes to property or persons.

Why?

As a courtesy to others and to protect your dog. Imagine how your neighbor must feel when your dog runs through his garden, messes up his yard, knocks over his trash can, or bites his child. If you live near farm country, imagine if you were the farmer who had just had his animals killed or injured by dogs. All of these things can and do happen in Brown County. It is the fault of no one except the irresponsible dog owner.

It's also dangerous for your dog to run at large. Dogs are no match for cars. Your dog may have fun digging in the trash and garbage, but it can kill him. He could accidentally eat a sharp object or purposely eat sharp bones, both of which could puncture intestines and kill him. Or the irate neighbor or farmer could kill or injure him.