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Town of PittsfordTown of Pittsford

Carolyn Casey
Carolyn Casey
Animal Control Officer

11 S. Main Street
Pittsford, NY 14534
Phone (585) 248-6240
Fax (585) 248-6440

After Hours number
(585) 248-6212

Office Hours
Mon-Fri 9AM to 5PM


Due to COVID-19 social distancing protocols and staffing reductions, all Dog Licensing and Renewals are being done through mail slots located in the front and the back of the Town Hall building or by mail. You may call the office for any questions or to make an appointment, should the transaction need immediate attention. Thank you. 248-6240

Mission / Vision Statement

To enforce the dog laws of the town and state in a diligent and understanding way.

To ensure residents are aware of their responsibilities as pet owners.

To have every pet in Pittsford be well cared for and loved.

To promote compassion for all animals, and to protect wildlife in their environment.


At what age does my dog need a license?

New York State Law requires that any dog over the age of 4 months be licensed in their local municipality. Proof of rabies vaccination and certification of spaying or neutering, if applicable, are required in order to obtain a license for your dog. Submit the documents along with a completed dog license application and the appropriate fee to the Pittsford Town Clerk's office in person or by mail: 11 S. Main Street, Pittsford NY 14534. Please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope for the return of your documents, the license and the tag. For additional information please call (585) 248-6211 or (585) 248-6240.

Fee schedule:
Spayed Female or Neutered Male
Unspayed Female or Unneutered Male

Are there restrictions on my dog?

If you are a dog owner please be considerate of your neighbors. Do not allow your dog to bark for long periods of time, run off leash in public areas or cause a nuisance on other resident’s property. It is important that we all work together in order to make our community a better place to live. If you need more information on Dog Ordinances, click on the link above or please feel free to contact the Animal Control Officer.