City of Racine Residents - License your Pets for 2017
posted on Tuesday, November 29, 2016.
Pet licensing for the 2017 calendar year is now
available. All domesticated animals (dogs, cats, potbellied pigs, and ferrets)
are required by City ordinance to be licensed. Dogs, cats, and ferrets also must
have a current rabies vaccine.
A new license, which expires
December 31st, must be purchased each calendar year. Late fees will be charged
on licenses purchased after January 31, 2017. However, new animals licensed
within 30 days of adoption or by 5 months of age are exempt from the late fee.
To license your pet, you will need a completed License
Application form , proof of Rabies vaccination (Rabies Certificate from your
veterinarian's office), and proof of spay/neuter (if applicable). License
costs are as follows:
- $11 for a spayed/neutered pet
- $6 for
a spayed/neutered pet, with an owner 65 years or older
- $36 for a
Present with or mail the above
documents and the license fee to: Environmental Health Division, 730 Washington
Avenue, Racine, WI 53403.
You may call 262-636-9203 with any
questions or to license over the phone.