doglicenseThe Mammoth Lakes Police Department wants you to know that it is time to renew Town dog licenses for the upcoming fiscal year.  On that note, you can join the MLPD in the Police Department parking lot on Saturday, June 1 from 4 to 5:30 pm.

They say that if your dog does not need a rabies vaccination update, you can just purchase a license for $10 if your animal is spayed/ neutered or $50 if it is not.  You do not need to bring your pet to the clinic unless it needs a vaccination update.  Dr. Gaylon TeSlaa and the staff of Alpen Veterinary clinic will be on hand with low cost vaccinations for both dogs and cats.

If you pay by check, two checks will be required – one for the veterinarian and one for the Mammoth Lakes dog license.  They also accept Mastercard and Visa for the dog license.  You must bring proof of spay/neuter if applicable and proof of a current rabies vaccination if your dog is not due this year.

Police ask that you have your dog on a leash and your cat in a carrier.  If your animal does not do well with others,  officers ask that you please leave it in the car until you complete your paperwork and the vet will come to your vehicle to administer the shots.  By law in California, all dogs over the age of 4 months must have a license and be vaccinated against rabies.  Mammoth Lakes does not require a license for cats.

If you do not live in Mammoth but can not make any of the Mono County clinics, you are welcome to bring your animals for vaccinations.  The Mammoth Clinic will not be able tyo sell Mono County dog licenses.

For more info, call 760-934-2011, ext. 0.

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