Whether they are stay-at-home pets or not, there are benefits for you and your pet. Many stay-at-home pets end up at our shelter every year due to unusual circumstances. Whether found injured or lost, your pet’s license ensures that we have all emergency information available to reunite you with your pet.

How to Purchase

In Person: Licenses for most jurisdictions may be purchased at the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society during regular business hours weekdays 11am to 6pm located at 1474 S Wenatchee Ave, Wenatchee WA. – Click here to view form.

Over the Phone: You may license over the phone for a $2 per license convenience fee. If you have questions or would like to license over the phone, please call 509-662-9577 ext. 1Click here to view the form

By Mail: You may mail your payment to P.O. Box 1965 | Wenatchee, WA 98807 – Click here to view form.

Area Animal Type Spayed or Neutered Unaltered
Chelan County Animal Control Zone* Dog $20 $60
Wenatchee* Dog $20 $60
Wenatchee* Cat $10 $30
East Wenatchee* Dog $20 $60
Entiat Dog $10 $20
Douglas County Animal Control Zone* Dog $20 $60
City of Chelan* Dog $10 $30
City of Chelan* Cat $5 $15
City of Cashmere* Dog $10 $30
City of Leavenworth Dog $10 $15

Purchasing & Renewing

Please note: If you live within the city limits of Waterville or Rock Island you will need to purchase your licenses at your respective City Hall. Residents of Leavenworth may purchase licenses at City Hall or WVHS.

All Jurisdictions listed above that are marked with an * offer a 1/2 price discount for senior or disabled citizens.

To purchase a pet license at the spayed/neutered rate for the first time you will need to have or mail proof of surgery with the license form.

Local City and County ordinances do require that all cats and dogs be vaccinated against rabies. You can assist us with record keeping by providing proof of rabies vaccination when you purchase your pet’s license.

If you lose your pet’s license during the current license year, we will reissue a new tag at no charge for all licenses sold at the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society.

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