Update: Animal licenses for cats and dogs are due annually by April 1. If you have had to postpone your pet’s rabies shot due to COVID-19, we be extending the late fee. After the Governor lifts the State of Emergency, we will wait 60 days to add the 50% late fee.
If your pet’s rabies certificate is current, please mail in your payment. And we will mail your pets tag to you. To register your dog or cat, we need the latest rabies certificate on file. You or your vet may scan your rabies certificate to email@example.com, or fax it to 802-985-9550.
The cost for licensing is $12.00 for spayed/neutered dog or cat, $16 for unspayed/unneutered pets. Please mail them to P.O. Box 88. For dogs & cats new to town please also send/bring a certificate of spay/neutering. If you have any questions, please call us at 802-985-5116.
A white and tan tabby cat named Charlie and a chocolate lab named Sienna will serve as Shelburne’s cat and dog of the year after a drawing at the Selectboard meeting on April 9th, 2019.
All dogs and cats three months of age or older must be vaccinated. It has dropped in half in six month.
All dogs and cats must be and registered by April 1st, of each year.
To register your dog or cat, either send in the latest rabies certificate to P.O. Box 88 or bring it to our office. For dogs & cats new to town please bring a certificate of spay/neutering.
We are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
A licensing renewal card will be sent in February of each year. The cost for licensing is $12.00 for spayed/neutered dog or cat, $16 for un-neutered. After April 1st a 50% additional fee is charged.
Yearly Pet Licensing Contest
Register your cat and/or dog by April 1, at 5:00 p.m. each year and your pets name and tag number will be automatically entered into a drawing to be Shelburne's Cat and Dog of the Year. The winners photos will be displayed in the town Clerk's Office and on our website. We have some generous prizes from our sponsors listed below.