Woodsfield Dog Bites and Dog Attacks

Woodsfield and Monroe County Dog Laws and Ordinances

The Village of Woodsfield, Ohio and Monroe County  have specific dog ordinances in place to protect citizens and visitors of the county.Woodsfield and Monroe County Dog Bite Lawyer

These laws and ordinances are in addition to Ohio laws governing the responsibilities and duties of dog owners, keepers and harborers.

Local agencies must be contacted when a dog attack has taken place anywhere in Woodsfield, Antioch, Lewisville, Beallsville, Clarington, Graysville, Jerusalem, Miltonsburg, Stafford, Wilson or any other town or village located within Monroe County, Ohio.

A directory of these local agencies with links to their websites and telephone numbers is provided below.

Monroe County, Ohio Dog Resource Directory

Monroe County Health Department: (740) 472-1677
Monroe County Dog Warden: (740) 472-0700
Monroe County Sheriff Department: (740) 472-1612

Monroe County Requirements When a Dog Bites

To comply with Ohio laws, anyone who has been bitten by a dog must file a dog bite report with the Monroe County Health Department within 24 hours.

The Monroe County Health Department is also required to quarantine all dogs that bite people. The quarantine period is for no less than 10 days and is usually done at the dog owner’s home. Any costs associated with quarantining a dog are the responsibility of the dog’s owner, harborer or keeper.

The reason for the quarantine is to make sure the dog does not have rabies. If the dog does have rabies, the symptoms of rabies will be seen during the 10-day quarantine period.

Questions About Dog Bites

If you have questions about a dog attack that occurred within the Village of Woodsfield or anywhere in Monroe County, please contact us to discuss the attack. There is no cost for an initial consultation and you are under no obligation to hire our law firm. We are happy to answer your questions and provide you with the guidance you’ll need after a dog bite incident.

We’re available 24/7/365 by calling 1-888-998-9101, chatting with one of our live chat representatives or sending us a website message.

We have also created a useful checklist of what to do after a dog bite. This checklist can be viewed here:  Checklist of What To Do After a Dog Bite

Monroe County Dog License

To comply with Ohio laws, a dog license must be obtained from the Monroe County Auditor’s Office when a dog reaches 3 months old. The license must be renewed each year of the dog’s life.

For more information about dog licenses in Monroe County including current fees along with where and how to purchase a license, please visit this link: Monroe County Dog Licensing

Where To Get Legal Help

If you, your spouse, your son, your daughter or other loved one has been bitten by a dog, we can provide the legal help you will need.

Please contact us for a free consultation with one of our experienced Ohio dog bite attorneys. You’ll get all your questions answered and learn what you need to know and what you need to do after a dog bite to protect yourself, your family and your future.

All initial consultations with an attorney at our law firm are completely free and you will be under no obligation to hire us. A free consultation is a great way to obtain professional legal guidance so you can decide if you need to hire a lawyer to protect your interests and recover compensation for your injuries and damages after a dog attack.

Please call us at 1-888-998-9101, chat with one of our 24-hour live chat representatives or send us a website message.

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