Without identifying information, pets separated from their human companions cannot be reunited with their families.
"If you license your pets, they'll come home. If you don't, they're all alone."
The City of Culver City requires that all dogs have current licenses, rabies vaccinations, be spayed/neutered and microchipped. To apply for a new license or to renew your current license, please contact PetData or call 888-615-4350 for further information.
-Licensing Fees are for a 1 year duration.
-Spayed/Neutered Dog: $25.00
-Unaltered Dog: $45.00
-Culver City has adopted LA County's Spay/Neuter Ordinance which requires all residents to have their dogs spayed or neutered and have an identification microchip implanted in each dog. This ordinance was passed to promote and protect public safety from the threats presented by stray dogs, as well as to reduce the number of dogs flooding the animal shelters that are subsequently euthanized.
-Late Fee: $25.00
-Replacement Tag: $7.00
Low Income and Senior resident fees are available. Please contact www.petdata.com or call (888) 615-4350.
-You may be exempt from paying the dog license fee if:
- You are a resident of Culver City and you are 60 years of age or older.
- If your Total Adjusted Gross Income, as used for purposes of the California Personal Income Tax Law,
was no more than $18,200 for the last calendar year.
- And the combined Adjusted Gross Income of all members of the household in which you reside is no more than $21,500.
- Or you are a resident of Culver City who meets the criteria of Disability, as established by the Social
Security Administration's Supplemental Security income (SSI) Program for the Aged, Blind, and Disabled
(Title SVI of the Social Security Act as amended), without regard to your age.
To apply: Please fill out the application form from the PetData website. Include proof of income and age (60+) or proof of SSI disability. This paperwork will be returned and will not be required again. Include a valid rabies certificate for each pet to be licensed. Include proof of spay/neuter status for each pet if applicable. Provide each pet's microchip number.