Your Pet’s License is its Ticket Home
Great news for your dog! The Los Angeles Animal Services has a temporary amnesty on dog licenses till the end of March 2012—so get your pet licensed today! The amnesty is for dogs that were never licensed before or those whose licenses have lapsed. And now it’s even easier—visit www.laanimalservices.org and you can register your dog online. It’s a new feature and allows you to enter your pet’s information (rabies, sterilization, address) and you can get your pet current. License fees are $20 for sterilized animals and $100 for unsterilized (plus applicable breeder’s fees). AND 35% of your fees go to support spay neuter vouchers—helping to pay for the surgeries of animals whose owners cannot afford to get their animals fixed.
“Licensing is a safety net for your pet. One in three pets will get lost at some point in their lifetime, and without proper identification, many of those pets are never reunited with their families. Licensing is one of the most effective ways to ensure that a lost pet will be safely and swiftly returned,” said Brenda Barnette, General Manager of the Department of Animal Services.
Go to www.LApetlicense.com for more information.