DoNotPay Can Make Getting a Delaware Pet License Quick and Easy
The State of Delaware requires that all dogs 6 months of age or older must be licensed. Even if you are aware of the requirement, you may not know what to do or where to get it. DoNotPay can help with that. DoNotPay can help you easily obtain your Delaware pet license, without the hassle of making appointments, standing in line, or waiting on the phone to get your questions answered. When using our Pet Licenses product, you will be navigated through the process and given the amount that you owe. It starts with a few simple questions about your pet, and then we take over the rest of the application on your behalf.
What are the ways to get a Delaware pet license?
Delaware offers three alternatives to getting a pet license. They operate through Pet Data, a licensing vendor.
In-Person. Delaware pet licenses can be purchased in person through one of thirteen locations. These locations are found at pet shops, veterinarians, and shelters. Call ahead to be sure that someone will be available that can help with the licensing process or find out if you need an appointment.
By Mail. Fill out the mail-in license application and send it with a check or money order, a copy of your pet's current rabies vaccination certificate, or state-authorized exemption certificate and mail to the Pet Data address in Irving, TX.
Online. Go to the Pet Data website and look up the State of Delaware and fill out the application. Payments are accepted by credit card through this method.
What does it cost to license a pet in Delaware?
Pet licenses in Delaware can be purchased for one, two, or three years. The costs are as follows:
|Unaltered Dog||This is a dog that has not been spayed or neutered. The cost for one year is $15, two years is $30 and three years is $45.|
|Altered Dog||To receive this reduced rate, you must provide proof of spay or neuter signed by a licensed veterinarian. The rates are $10, $20, and $30.|
|Senior 65 and over with an Altered Dog||Again, you must provide proof of spay or neuter as well as proof of age for the senior. Costs are $7, $14, and $21.|
Why do I need to license my pet in Delaware?
Pets over 6 months of age must have a Delaware pet license. Licensing helps Animal Services identify pets if they are lost. The fees you pay to license your pet are used for animal care and to investigate complaints about stray animals, as well as other pet services. Pet licensing promotes responsible ownership and helps to reduce the tragedy associated with lost pets and overpopulation.
What documents are needed to obtain a Delaware pet license?
To purchase a Delaware pet license, you will need to present the following documents:
- A current Rabies vaccination certificate is required for licensing your pet. Check your certificate for the correct address and pet information. If your vet has issued an official State Certificate of Medical Exemption from Rabies Vaccination, you may provide it instead of a rabies certificate.
- Proof of spay or neuter if paying for an altered dog. This may be indicated on the rabies certificate, or be a signed statement from your vet or an invoice for services.
- Seniors must provide proof of age such as a copy of an identification card if purchasing the license at the rate reduction.
Where do I get my Delaware pet license?
If you choose to purchase your Delaware pet license in person, there are thirteen locations in Delaware where you can go. These are listed on the Delaware website and are scattered in large cities throughout the state. You should always contact that location before going, since there may be certain times or days when this service is not available. Some locations may require appointments, and if not, you may have to wait in line for your license application to be processed.
How can I replace or renew my Delaware pet license?
If you have misplaced your pet's license, you can replace it the same ways that you purchased in the first place. There is, however, and an additional charge of five dollars to replace a current license. If you want to renew your pet's Delaware license, you must do so in one of the above-mentioned ways within 30 days of the expiration date. A late fee of $7 will be accessed if you fail to renew within those 30 days.
How long does a Delaware pet license last?
Delaware pet licenses are available for purchase for one, two, or three years. They must be renewed within 30 days of the expiration period.
How to Save Time Registered Your Pet in Delaware using DoNotPay:
If you want to save time registering your pet in Delaware using DoNotPay, but don't know where to start, DoNotPay has you covered. Simply follow these 6 easy steps:
- Go to the Pet Licenses product on DoNotPay.
- Enter the county or city you are looking to register your pet in.
- Tell us more about your pet, including the breed, gender, whether they are spayed/neutered, approximate age, and more.
- Upload evidence documents that prove that your pet has been spayed/neutered (if applicable) and a copy of the rabies vaccination certificate.
- Enter your contact information, including email, address, and phone number.
- Complete your application by paying the license processing fee, so we can file the application on your behalf.
Why should I use DoNotPay to obtain my Delaware pet license?
When you choose DoNotPay's Delaware pet license product, you will benefit in three ways:
- It's Fast: Don't waste your time finding where to go, looking for addresses, or even running out for a stamp. Let DoNotPay streamline your process.
- It's Easy: Not only will using DoNotPay save you time, but it is also easy to complete our six steps.
- It's Successful: Using DoNotPay gives you peace of mind knowing that your license application has been successfully taken care of.
Does DoNotPay have a Pet License product for other locations?
DoNotPay can assist you in getting a pet license from most locations, even if the license is issued by a county or municipality. Some examples are:
- King County
- LA County
- Omaha, Nebraska
- Pierce County
- Orange County
- Washington State
- Maricopa County
- Minneapolis, Minnesota
- Houston, Texas
- And many more
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