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Animal Tags & Licenses

Why Should I license my pet?

Brevard County ordinances require all owned dogs, cats and ferrets to be licensed and for the license to be attached to the animal.

A license is your pet’s ticket home should it become lost. When a lost animal is found with current identification, our Animal Control Officers can quickly return it or notify its owners that it is safe at the shelter. Pet owners may be fined for violation of this law.

License fees pay for many worthwhile services, such as:

  • Keeping stray animals off the streets and out of danger.
  • Transporting injured animals to veterinarians for medical help.
  • Investigating cases of animal cruelty and neglect, and seeing to a pet’s general welfare.

 

Brevard County Code: Chapter 14 Sec. 14-54

Failure to obtain an Animal License Tag for your cat or dog can result in a fine of $120 for each animal not in compliance. Animal License Tags must be renewed annually.

Animal License Tag Fees

Spayed/Neutered Dogs or Cats – $10.00/Year

Unaltered Dogs or Cats – $16.00/Year

Puppies or Kittens Less Than 1 Year Old – $10.00

 

Animal Services Web Licensing

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Breed: Pit Mix
Age: 2 years
Adoption Location: South Brevard Animal Care Center

Comments: This little firecracker is Lily, a 30-pound bundle of excitement.  When she is in her kennel, she can fool anyone with her angelic gaze and calm demeanor.  However, Lily loses the façade once she gets out to the play yard.  There, she releases the wild child within.  Even Chloe and Bernie have a hard time keeping up with this powerhouse.  During training, though, Lily has already made great progress in her ability to stay focused on her handler.  She loves all the attention she gets during her lessons and is expected to pull off a stellar performance during her Canine Good Citizen test.  Lily will then be ready to fill her new home with her cheerful exuberance.

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