Culver City Observer
February 3-9, 2011
Dog Licensing Made Easy
Making sure your Culver City dog is properly licensed has never been easier. Residents can go to the Culver City webite for information and to download the application form. All Culver City dog licensing is done through PetData and any dog can be licensed directly through their website. For the license, all you need are: 1) a spay/neuter certificate (in some cases your dog will not need to be spayed or neutered); 2) proof that your dog has been vaccinated for rabies; and 3) proof that your dog has been microchipped. The fee for the annual license is $25.00.
Centinela Feed and Pet Store has shown their support of the "License Your Dog" campaign. The store is located at 5299 Sepulveda Boulevard (310-572-6107) and hosts regular vaccination clinics where you can pick up the forms and information to license your dog. For a list of clinic dates in Culver City, you can visit their website.
Dog licensing applications and information are also available at PetSmart in the Pavilions shopping center, local veterinarian clinics, groomers and pet stores.
Not only does the law require that your dog be licensed, but the revenue supports Culver City's services. Most importantly, the license ensures that if your dog ever gets lost, you will have the highest chance of getting your dog back. No one wants to have to search for their lost dog in shelter after shelter.
If you have any questions, you can contact Friends of Culver City Animals at (888) 893-8898 or email@example.com.
Information provided by Friends of Culver City Animals