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License By Mail

Licensing Ordinance

All dogs over the age of 4 months in the Town of Chino Valley must be licensed within 30 days of acquiring the dog or within 30 days of the date that the dog becomes eligible for licensing.

View the complete Chino Valley ordinance

Mailing Address

To license by mail:

  1. Enclose copies of all required paperwork. The license application below may be downloaded and included, but it is not required.
  2. Determine the correct license fee for each of your dogs.
  3. Make your check or money order payable to “Chino Valley Animal Shelter.” Please do not send cash.
  4. Mail your paperwork and payment to:

    Chino Valley Dog Licensing
    c/o PetData
    PO Box 141929
    Irving, TX 75014-1929

Required Paperwork

  1. A current rabies vaccination certificate is required if the rabies vaccination on file has expired. Please check your certificate for correct address and pet information.
  2. Proof of spay/neuter, such as a signed statement from a veterinarian or an invoice for services, is required if the dog has been altered since the last licensing period and you are applying for the lower spayed/neutered license fee.

Your paperwork will not be returned to you, so please retain a copy of your documents for your records.

License Fees

Standard License Fees


Unaltered Pet


Spayed/Neutered Pet


Other Fees

Late Fee


Replacement Tag


The cost for licensing unaltered or fertile dogs is higher than for licensing spayed or neutered dogs in order to promote sterilization and to reduce pet overpopulation.

Due Date

Licenses expire annually on December 31st, and must be renewed by March 31st each year.

A late fee will be applied beginning April 1st.

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