No I.D. No Way Home.
The Inland Valley Humane Society & S.P.C.A. monitors the licensing/rabies control program for residents living in contracted cities. Less than 1% of the animals that are rescued from the streets and temporarily placed into our animal shelter have some form of I.D. on them. Licensing your pet is mandatory by law for all dogs over 4 months in the state of California (please read this section below).
The Licensing Department may be contacted at 909-623-9777, ext. 692 or 653 Monday – Saturday from 8:30 am – 5:30 pm. The Inland Valley Humane Society & S.P.C.A. provides the following nine cities and county areas with services to license their dog.
Please leave your pet at home if you are coming to pay for your license.
YOU WILL RECEIVE YOUR LICENSE IN THE MAIL ONCE IT HAS BEEN COMPLETED – current rabies, spay or neuter documentation, copy of your license if you are a senior citizen and full payment. You can email these documents to us once you have completed your payment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT LICENSING FEES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE OR TRANSFERABLE.
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Note: Please fax in a copy of a current rabies vaccination certificate and, if applicable, a spay/neuter certificate to 909.623.0432.
Licenses are valid from time of purchase from one to two years. PLEASE NOTE THIS EXCEPTION: If your rabies expires so does your license. The Inland Valley Humane Society assists dog owners with getting a reduced fee rabies vaccine for their furry companion by holding vaccination clinics on the shelter premises. During the summer months, clinics are held off-site at various locations throughout the community. See the calendar for more detailed clinic information.
In the state of California, every dog that is over the age of 4 months must be vaccinated against rabies and have a current license.
Many dog owners purchase I.D. tags for their animals and believe this is the only form of identification needed. While an I.D. tag is optional, it is required by city and state mandates that each dog (and cat in some cities) be issued and wear a valid license. The difference between an I.D. tag and a license is that and I.D. tag simply has the name of the animal, a contact phone number for the owner, and possibly the address. A license has the number of the local humane society where the dog is registered, and a numbered code. If someone finds your dog, they call the humane society and report the number. The humane society can look up the information in the computer and determine all important contact information for the owner including address, phone number and whether the dog has a current rabies vaccination. A license also proves your pet has been vaccinated for rabies and the ID does not. Failure to have a licensed dog on your property over the age of 4 months will result in additional fees.
A senior citizen is a pet owner over 65 years of age
(60 years in Diamond Bar).
An altered pet has been spayed or neutered.
Please provide us with the necessary documents,
simply reply to your confirmation email.