The easiest way to renew your pet licenses online is to use your account numbers listed on your license statement. Annual license statements are mailed in early January each year. You will need your Person ID (located near your name and address) and an active license number (located in the pet detail section of your statement). If you prefer, you may enter your pet's microchip number and your last name to access your account. Once you access your account, you may license existing pets, update pet ownership status and license new pets.
If you are new to pet licensing, have a new pet to add, or you simply don’t have your account numbers handy, you still can license online. Simply click "Start New Registration" and enter your contact and pet information to continue with the license process.
Occasionally, an individual account in our online files may not be synchronized with our main database. If you receive an error message indicating that your search returned either no results or too many reulsts, re-enter your license or microchip number and your Person ID or last name and click "Search Again." If your account still is not found, click on "Start a New Registration" and enter your contact and pet information to continue with the license process.
Please note: If you already have licensed for the current year, the Action listed after your pet will indicate "License Not Due" to prevent you from submitting a duplicate payment.
You will receive a receipt for your online payment by email at the completion of your online session. You will receive a receipt by mail only if a new tag has been issues or additional information is required to complete the license process.
You will have the opportunity to provide microchip information for your pet(s). If you have previously provided this information, or if your pet was adopted from the Nebraska Humane Society, you do not need to provide this information again.
If you don’t know your pet’s microchip number, just skip this section and continue with the license process.
Report any animals that you no longer own by selecting the "Remove From Account" Action next to your pet's name. You will be given the opportunity to indicate why you no longer own a pet.
If your statement and/or the online display for your pet reflects current vaccination and sterilization information, it is not necessary to submit additional documentation. The following options are available to you if you need to provide current rabies vaccination information or proof that your pet now has been altered:
If your pet is due for his vaccination, but you can’t get him in prior to the March 15th licensing deadline, do not delay submitting your license payment. Your payment must be received or postmarked by March 15th to avoid a late penalty. Submit your proof of vaccination as soon as possible. Licenses are not valid until this proof is on file.
Omaha Jurisdiction residents owning one of the following breeds must carry at least $100,000 in personal liability insurance coverage. A copy of your declaration page must be provided to the Nebraska Humane Society. Licenses are not valid until this proof is on file. *Staffordshire Bull Terrier * American Staffordshire Terrier * Pit Bull * American Bulldog * Dogo Argentino * Presa Canario * Cane Corso
On your statement, an asterisk (*) in front of your pet’s license number indicates that a permanent tag has been issued. Your annual license payment is due, but a new tag will not be sent. If you have lost this tag, a replacement tag may be ordered for the fee listed on your invoice. Replacement fee for lost tag is in addition to the Pet License fee. Replacement tags cannot be purchased online. They can be purchased in person at the Nebraska Humane Society, at participating vets or by mail.
If you want to receive your next renewal notice only via email (and eliminate a mailed copy), just add a comment at the end of your session to request an electronic statement for next year. If you already have requested this option, you do not need to send another request.
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You also may contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org (include your Account Number if available) or call our automated voice attendant at (402) 444-6716. Clearly speak your name, address and phone number along with your questions. You will receive a response within 5 business days.