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How to Get a Fulton County Pet License Fast

Few things in life are more exciting than getting a new pet. If you live in Fulton County, your next step will be getting a pet license. While this isn't quite as much fun as picking out a new kitten, accessing a Fulton County pet license doesn't have to be a chore.

However, much like housebreaking a puppy, the process is sometimes filled with surprises. Especially if you don't know what you're doing. Fortunately, with DoNotPay, learning how to get a pet license may be simpler than you think.

Different Ways to License a Pet in Fulton County

No matter where you live, you'll want to know what your county requires when it comes to applying for a pet license.

  • What fees are involved?
  • Do all pets need to be licensed?
  • How much time do I have to license my pet?
  • What methods can I use to register my pet?

In Fulton County, matters are fairly straightforward.

The Fulton County animal ordinance requires all pet owners in Fulton County to license their dogs and cats. Pet owners who do not comply may receive a citation. (Fulton County Animal Services)

Residents have three options for registering their pets. Before the pet reaches 4 months of age or within 30 days of moving into Fulton County, residents should complete their registration via one of the following means.

Register By Mail

Registering a pet by mail-in Fulton County requires printing and filling out a registration form, completing it, calculating the correct fees, getting copies of your pets' vaccination records, putting it all in a stamped envelope, and mailing it to the appropriate address.

Register in Person

To register your pet in person in Fulton County, you'll need to present yourself at the offices of Fulton County Animal Services during their regular hours of operation, bringing copies of your pets' vaccination records and how to pay your fees.

Register Online

Registering your pet online through the links provided by Fulton County is a much more streamlined procedure. You'll still need to prove your pets' vaccinations are updated, and you'll need access to a credit card to pay your fees.

While paying online provides the fastest results, you will still need to take time to create a profile, enter your billing information, and wait for your application to be processed.

Those who are looking for the fastest and most efficient online method, however, will want to look into registering their pet through DoNotPay.

How Much Does It Cost to License a Pet in Fulton County?

Depending on where you live, pet registration fees may vary. While fees in population hubs such as LA may be higher, fees in suburban Omaha are likely to be lower.

In Fulton County, the basic fees to license your pet are as follows:

Basic Licensing Fees1 Year3 Year
Fertile Pet$25.00$60.00
Sterile Pet$10.00$25.00
Senior Discount (60+)1 Year3 Year
Unaltered Pet$24.00$58.00
Spayed/Neutered Pet$9.00$23.00

There are also a few irregular fees:

  1. Ft. McPherson resident's pay zero licensing fees
  2. Replacement tags cost $2

How Can I Renew or Replace My Pet License in Fulton County?

When it comes to registering a pet, perhaps this isn't your first time around.

If you're looking to renew or replace your Fulton County pet license, you're looking at much the same procedure as acquiring a pet license in the first place. Residents may apply by mail, online, or in person.

One troublesome aspect of the renewal process, however, is timing. If you are more than 60 days overdue in renewing your pet license, a $10 late fee will be applied to your renewal application.

With that in mind, if your pet license is set to expire soon, it's in your best interests to take advantage of DoNotPay's seamless pet license renewal process, particularly if you live in Fulton County.

If you want to save time registering your pet in Fulton County, DoNotPay has you covered in a few easy steps:

  1. Go to the Pet Licenses product on DoNotPay.
  2. Enter the county or city you are looking to register your pet in.
  3. Tell us more about your pet, including the breed, gender, whether they are spayed/neutered, approximate age, and more.
  4. Upload evidence documents that prove that your pet has been spayed/neutered (if applicable) and a copy of the rabies vaccination certificate.
  5. Enter your contact information, including email, address, and phone number.
  6. Complete your application by paying the license processing fee, so we can apply on your behalf.

DoNotPay Does It All

In addition to helping you get a pet license in Fulton County, DoNotPay can also help with registering your pet licenses (the same way it can with registering a trademark) or renewing your pet license--no matter where you may be right now.

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