Pet Licenses

Pet Licenses

Why License Your Dog or Cat?

A current license is your pet’s ticket home! A person is far more likely to help a dog/cat who is wearing a collar and tag. A dog or cat wearing a current license gets home quicker…  and it’s the law.

Under HRS 22-10.5, all dogs and cats are required to have a current County of Kaua’i license. Licenses are available at the Kaua’i Humane Society where they are registered. Licenses can be renewed online, but first time licenses must be done in person or via mail with appropriate documentation included.

Not sure if your license is current or expired? Current tags are silver bone shapes for dogs, and small circle shapes for cats, these are good until 12/31/2020.

More Pet Licensing Info

First Time Applying for your Pet’s License?

Any new licensing must be done in person or by mail.

 

Click HERE for a printable dog license application

Click HERE for a printable cat license application

 

Please Note: If you are applying for the licensed hunter’s exception or the altered dog/cat price, please note that supporting documentation must be submitted at the time you license your pet for the first time.  We can not process an application without the necessary supporting documentation.  Completed application forms must be signed, accompanied by payment in full, and any include any supporting documentation.

I’m Renewing an Existing License!

Click HERE to renew a dog license online (Note: an additional shipping and handling fee will apply)

Click HERE to renew a cat license online

County of Kaua'i Pet License Fees

County of Kaua’i Dog license fees:

  • Tag cost: $2
  • Replacement tag cost: $2
  • Two-year altered dog license: $15
  • Two-year unaltered dog license: $50
  • Shipping for a replacement or renewal license: $2

Licensed hunter’s exception – Two year dog license:

  • First dog: $15
  • For second dog and beyond: $7

County of Kaua’i cat license fees:

  • Altered cat license: $15
  • Unaltered cat license: $50

All licenses are a two year license. All animals must be licensed with the 2019-2020 tag, which expires December 31, 2020. The fees are not prorated. Licenses numbers are attached to your cat’s microchip number. A physical tag will not be issued.