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Dog Licenses

ALL DOGS ARE REQUIRED TO BE LICENSED IN THE MONTH OF APRIL.

DUE TO COVID 19 – THIS DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO THE END OF MAY.

 

If an updated rabies certificate needs to be presented, please mail or e-mail the rabies certificate when filing:

 

To file by mail:

Pawtucket City Clerk’s Office

137 Roosevelt Avenue

Pawtucket, RI  02860

 

Make Check payable to “City of Pawtucket”      

            See fees listed below

 

To file by online:

e-mail documents if needed to: cityclerkc19@pawtucketri.com

Pay for license online HERE - http://www.pawtucketri.com/pay-bill

            See fees listed below


Remember…

Send by mail or e-mail updated rabies certificate (if needed)

and spay/neuter certificate for discount (if not already on file)

 

Every person residing in the City of Pawtucket who is the owner or keeper of a dog six months old or over, must license said dog annually.

Fees:

  • $16.00 (Spayed/Neutered – must present certificate of spay/neuter)
  • $26.00 (Not Spayed/Neutered)

Senior Citizens Discount (Residents 65 years of age or older - must present proof of age):

  • $6.00 (Spayed/Neutered – must present certificate of spay/neuter)
  • $11.00 (Not Spayed/Neutered)

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