Questions And Answers For Getting A Pet License In Lenexa KS

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All You Need To Know About Pet Licenses in Lenexa, KS

Which pets need a license in Lenexa?

, you are required to register your cats and dogs when they are six months old. If you are new in town, you have 10 days to let the city know you have cats and dogs. Per the city ordinances, you can have three house pets at the time. If you have more, you need to obtain a special pet permit. The city does not have any breed restrictions.

How Much Does it Cost to License a Pet in Lenexa?

It should come as no surprise that it's cheaper to register a neutered or spayed animal than one that is still intact. Here are the licensing fees in Lenexa.

  • Neutered or spayed pet: $12 per year
  • Non-neutered or non-spayed pet: $22 per year
  • Replacement tag: $2
Standard Pet License Fees1 Year
Unaltered Dog or Cat Fee$22.00
Spayed/Neutered Dog or Cat Fee$12.00
Other Pet Fees
Replacement Tag Fee$2.00

Reasons to Register Your Pet

There are good reasons that most cities and counties require you to register your pets--they're all designed to keep you and your pets safe and together.

  • The tag lets people know that your pet isn't a stray
  • A tag helps you reunite with your pet quickly if they get lost
  • Animal Control can administer emergency treatment if your pet gets lost and is injured
  • Helps Animal Control protect the city against dangerous dogs, and investigate dog bites

Documents Needed to Register Your Pet

You don't need a lot of paperwork to register your house pets. All you need is a copy of their rabies vaccination form. Your vet gives you a copy of that form, along with the current rabies tag, when they get the shot.

You may need to document that they have been spayed or neutered. Their neuter status is also on the rabies vaccination form. If you need to provide confirmation for other vaccines, such as Parvo or Bordetella, your vet has that information.

If your pet is microchipped, you'll need that number as well.

Special Pet Licenses

If a menagerie is more your style, you have to get a Special Pet License for any pet past the three-animal limit. Here's how you get this type of license.

  • Download and complete the Special Pet License application form
  • Provide the rabies vaccination certificate, and any other required information
  • Pay the $100 registration fee. Renewals for extra pets cost $20 annually

How Can I Renew or Replace My Pet License in Lenexa?

Pet licenses here expire on December 31, regardless of when you originally got the license. The city sends out renewal notices each November.

Here's how to renew each license.

1. Fill out the paperwork again

2. Provide an updated rabies certificate if the previous one expired

3. Pay the fees

4. Submit the application

How Do I Get My Pet License?

Lenexa does have an online option for registering your pets. PetData, a third party, processes all applications.

  • Print the application, fill it out, and upload it back to the PetData website
  • Upload a copy of the rabies certification
  • Enter your credit card number
  • Submit

By Mail

If you would rather apply by mail, print the application, fill it out, and send it to PetData.

Why Use DoNotPay to Obtain a Pet License

Okay, getting a license for your pets isn't exactly on the scale of applying for a passport or college. What it is, though, is a simple nuisance that's easy to forget. It's also quite annoying to fill out the application forms online--you practically need a degree in computer science to get the little boxes just right. If you decide to complete the forms by hand, you've still got to print them--again, just a nuisance you're likely to simply blow off. Then it's your pets who could suffer, and you'll face fines for not having them registered.

This is why DoNotPay is the perfect solution--it's not an aggravation for us.

Avoid the Hassle of Registering Your Pet in Lenexa Using DoNotPay:

If you want to Save Time Using DoNotPay don't know where to start, DoNotPay has you covered 3 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 file the application on your behalf.

DoNotPay Takes Away the Tedium with the Click of a Button

When you let DoNotPay take care of your pet licenses, there is one more benefit. If you move from Minneapolis to Houston, for example, DoNotPay already has your pet's info on file.

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