Licensing Your Pet

How to license your pet: Dogs are the only pets requiring licenses in the Town of Prescott Valley. A current rabies vaccine is needed to license your dog, and only a licensed veterinarian can administer the vaccine.

When your pet has been vaccinated against rabies, ask the veterinarian for a copy of the pet's Rabies Vaccine Certificate. You will need this document to obtain the dog’s license.

 How To License Your Prescott Valley Dogs

License Online

Any required documents, such as your dog’s rabies vaccination certificate, may be submitted later by mail at:
Prescott Valley Dog Licensing  c/o PetData
PO Box 141929
Irving, TX 75014-1929
The license will be issued only after all required documents are received. All major credit cards are accepted.


For a Spayed or Neutered Animal

License DurationFeeLate Fee
1 Year License$10$10
2 Year License$16$10
3 Year License$22$10

For a Non-Altered Animal

License DurationFeeLate Fee
1 Year License$36$10
2 Year License$56$10
3 Year License$76$10

Vaccination Durations

If this is your dog’s first vaccination, the vaccination expires 1 year after the date of administration. Subsequent vaccinations are valid for 3 years from the date of administration provided the date of expiration has not passed. Your license year can only reflect the vaccination expiration.

More Information

Find more information on pet licenses (PDF). For more information on your pet and shelter, please contact Prescott Valley Animal Control at 928-772-5154.