Verde Valley AZ (September 17, 2016) – The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office launched a website last year providing dog owners the ability to obtain licenses, maintain pet records, and even report an animal missing. Take advantage of this convenient program and apply. This service is provided free of charge to any dog owner in Yavapai County. Once you create an account, the following tools are available:
- Dog License tools online – you can purchase a 1 to 3 year license. A description of Arizona dog licensing requirements may be viewed on the homepage.
- You can renew your license online now for the same period as your rabies vaccination. Pay by the year or up to 3 years of the vaccination period via Pay Pal or a credit card through Pay Pal.
- The current Yavapai County tag on your dog is a permanent tag which requires a yearly registration fee being paid (just like your car). Email notification will be sent after the due date.
- Receive email notifications on rabies vaccinations and licenses.
- You can appoint secondary people for co-guardianship which allows lost and found along with licensing and rabies notification.
- County wide Lost and Found web page – with one click of a button, you can label your dog lost and one click of a button to label the dog found. The website can be searched for lost dogs in your area.
To register for your account, simply click on the ‘Create a login’ link in the left hand menu of the home page at and fill in the requested information.
Non-account holders can access limited portions of the website such as the Lost and Found page and Calendar of Events.
If you have any questions about the website content, please call the YCSO Animal Control Unit, Sgt. Deb Dean at 928-777-7285. For technical issues involving registration and account set-up, contact Ron Castle at 928-777-7403.
For those without computer access, dog licenses may be purchased from Humane Societies, Sheriff’s offices, and low cost spay and neuter clinics and through the mail for new or renewal.