This project was assisted by a grant from the Upper Delaware Council, Narrowsburg, NY 12764
Town of Tusten
Sullivan County, NY
Eagle Capital of New York State
TARA (Low-cost spay/neuter of cats)
PO Box 185
Warwick, NY 10990
Catskill Animal Rescue, Inc.
P.O. Box 88
Monticello, NY 12701
Facebook: Catskill Animal Rescue Inc.
Sullivan County SPCA
194 Rock Hill Dr.
Rock Hill, NY 12775
(845) 796-3120 Fax: 794-2254
Facebook: Sullivan County SPCA
Middletown Humane Society
142 Bloomingburg Rd.
Middletown, NY 10940
Katskill Mountain Critters
photos by Kelly Dean
Tammy Cutler - Dog Control Officer
At Tusten: (845)252-7146 prompt 4
Fawn Schneider - Deputy Dog Control Officer
At Tusten: 845-252-7146 prompt 4
Alternate Number: 845-557-3305
as nuisance barking andArticle 7 of NYS Ag & Market laws
vaccinated ( unless exempt ) and licensed. License tag must
be on the dog. It will also ensure a prompt return if lost and
picked up by me. Feel free to contact me with questions
regarding any other animal issues. I may be able to help.
Must I license my dog and how can I do so?
All dogs in New York State, at least four months of age,
must be licensed. Since Sullivan County has been declared
a “rabies-county,” a dog license cannot be issued without
proof the dog has an up-to-date rabies vaccination. Tags
are not acceptable; you must have the paper certificate.
The fee is $20.00 for dogs not spayed/neutered, and $10.00
for dogs that are. Proof of spaying/neutering must be
submitted to the Clerk's office before the discount can be
given. Licenses can be purchased for one, two or three
years and must coincide with the rabies expiration date.