The State of New Hampshire requires that dogs 4 months and older must be registered by April 30th of every year. The owner must provide a valid rabies vaccination certificate from the veterinarian in order to obtain a dog license in addition to any spaying/neutering certificates if applicable. Dog licenses can be obtained by mail by simply sending payment to the address below in addition to the appropriate fee listed, in person during normal business hours, or renewed on-line.
- Male/Female: $9.00 (Not Spayed or Neutered)
- Spayed Female/Neutered Male or Puppy: $6.50
- Owner over 65: $2.00 (only 1 license at this price, all additional are regular price)
- Replacement Tag: $2.00
Should any dogs remain unlicensed, per RSA 466:7, 466:13, and 466:14, a $1.00 a month late charge will be added to the regular licensing fee. Between June 1st and June 20th, an unlicensed list shall be presented to the Board of Selectmen and upon written instruction from the Board of Selectmen, the Campton Police Department will issue a $25.00 civil forfeiture fee per dog for failure to license, which is in addition to the licensing fee.
Any questions regarding the dog licensing process can be answered by calling 603-726-3223 x-102 or x-103.
Dog Licensing Payment Options:
Online: Click on the icon below and enter last years tag number to renew for the current year.
Dog License Renewals – Renew your current dog license online now!
New Dog Licensing – Register a new dog to you or if you’re new to the Town of Campton online now!
By Mail: Send a check, along with a copy of the valid rabies vaccination and the applicable amount made payable to the “Town of Campton” and mail to:
Town of Campton
Town Clerk/Tax Collector’s Office
10 Gearty Way
Campton, NH 03223
In Person: Come on in and visit us! Payment can be made by cash, check or credit card!
If you have moved, no longer the owner of a dog, or your dog is deceased, please call our office immediately to avoid any additional hardship. Feel free to dial (603)-726-3223 x-102 or x-103 and feel free to leave a message on the voicemail.