HAVERHILL — City officials have introduced the winners of the very first Top Pet contest that offered made available tag figures 1 via 3 as prizes. The contest was held as a way to persuade people to register their canine with the town.
Assistant City Clerk Kaitlin Wright mentioned the contest captivated 30 entries, which exceeded her anticipations.
“Due to the fact this was our to start with year functioning the contest our intention was 20 entries so I was pleased with the reaction we acquired,” she reported, noting the city registered about 3,400 dogs previous year.
Entries were drawn at random on March 1, when this year’s license processing started. The 1st spot winner, Mitzi, a 12-calendar year-aged woman Labrador Retriever mix owned by Terry Kenny, can proudly don tag #1 for just one yr.
Maddie, a 15-12 months-aged feminine King Charles Cavalier Spaniel owned by Judy DeMellia, acquired tag #2 and third spot winner, Rigby, a 7-yr-outdated male Hound owned by Nancy Beirne, been given tag #3.
Registration finishes May well 31 and the payment is $15 for a puppy that is spayed or neutered and $20 for a canine that is not mounted. There is an further $10 late payment to register involving June 1 and June 30 a $15 late fee from July 1 to July 31 and a $25 late rate immediately after July 31.
A copy of a valid rabies certificate is needed for licensing.
Pictures of the winners have been posted in the Metropolis Clerk’s office environment and are on the city’s website website page less than Metropolis Clerk, and by hovering your cursor more than “Dog Licensing.”
To license your doggy, take a look at the Town Clerk’s place of work, Place 118 in Metropolis Corridor, 4 Summer months St., or take a look at on the internet at www.cityofhaverhill.com/government/metropolis_clerk/puppies/index.php.