You may license your pet online, by mail, at participating vet clinics, or in person at the Nebraska Humane Society.
Please Note: License fees are a non-refundable city fee. A $5 processing fee will be charged on all licensing transactions (including in-person payments made at NHS).
|License Your Pet Online||Download the Licensing Application||List of participating veterinary clinics|
Dogs and Cats
All dogs and cat must be licensed at 4 months of age.
All new residents must license their pets within 10 days of moving to the City of Papillion.
Veterinary proof of current rabies vaccination is required to license all cats and dogs.
Please note: Owners may pay the licensing fee prior to obtaining a current rabies vaccination for their pet. However, the actual license tag (if a new pet) or validation letter will not be given to the owner until proof of current rabies vaccination is received. Owners have 30 days after paying the license fee to vaccinate their pet and provide appropriate rabies documentation to NHS or the late fee will apply.
Pet licenses are due January 1 and are delinquent after March 15 of each year.
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*Veterinary proof of spay/neuter is required to license at the lower rate.
Service animals may be licensed at no charge.
Yes, pet owners age 65 or older may license their altered pets at no charge. Proof of senior status will be required to license at the senior rate. Although the senior license is offered free of charge, pets must be licensed every year.
Yes, all dogs and cats are required to wear a license tag.
The cost of a replacement tag is $2. You may request a replacement tag by coming in to the shelter, or you may send your personal information, your pet’s name and the $2 replacement fee to:
NHS Replacement Tag
8929 Fort Street
Omaha, NE 68134
Please note: If your pet is not yet 4 months of age by the March 15th deadline, if you acquire a pet after the deadline or if you move to the City of Papillion after the deadline, you will not be charged a late fee for the current year. Regular license fees will apply.
No, license fees are non-transferable.
If you have additional questions regarding pet licensing, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (402) 444-6716.