11/13/2018: "2019 Dog Licenses Available November 26"
(Auditor’s Office employees Jo George and Oren Combs issue 2019 dog tag #1 to local canine Charley Goddu
Charley Goddu, a 10-year old poodle mix, received the first dog license of 2019 at the San Juan County Auditor’s office. Charley, a former rescue dog, was adopted in 2015 by Peter Goddu and Margaret Langlie at the Skagit Humane Society.
Charley is one of the friendliest dogs in town. He greets everyone with an enthusiastic tail wag and full-body wiggle. He works at his parents’ office as the manager of client relations and office morale. Clients routinely ask whether Charley will be available for a visit before booking appointments. Charley’s hobbies include kayaking, hiking, camping, and biking with his owners on a special bike equipped with a milk crate. His favorite snacks are cucumbers and dried seaweed, and he loves making people happy.
2019 dog licenses will be available Monday, November 26. All dogs in San Juan County are required to be licensed annually. License fees are $15 for spayed or neutered dogs,