Pet Licensing 2017-02-09T05:48:46+00:00
  • Ez Online License Application (Pet & Kennel)

  • Electronic Process – Remove Paper from Your Workflow

  • Simply Renew Licenses Online

  • Online Payments
  • Bulk Notifications with Mail Merge
  • Reminders – Both Print & Online Email
  • Connect to Financial ERP* systems
  • Manage and Audit Licenses, Current & History
  • Support microchipping of all pets
  • Send Bulk Invoices (or Pick Lists) with a Click Of a Button

  • Manage both Pets & Kennels

  • Animal Control, Law CODE enforcement & Care

PET LICENSING FEATURES

Many cities are able to fund their entire program with the pet licensing costs, our NatureCreatre software helps you get there easily and reducing waste.

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Operational Principals


  • Collaboration with community animal rescue groups can reduce program costs
  • Establishing niche volunteer opportunities can reduce costs and improve customer service
  • Impounding pets, unless absolutely necessary, is not in anyone’s best interest as it:
    • Increases the need for a larger facility to house more pets
    • Increases stress for the owner and animal alike
    • Increases staff needed for care of the animals
    • Increases abandonment and the associated euthanasia costs
    • Reduces public support
  • Returning animals to owners in the field and issuing the appropriate warning or citation is a more cost effective approach and increases public support
  • Increasing pet registration is necessary to reduce the need for impounding of pets
  • Pet identification through licensing and micro-chipping initiatives can have a very positive affect on a program’s costs and is an important part of an animal services’ business plan; many City are able to fund their entire program through licensing fees for dogs and cats!
  • Promoting Trap-Neuter-Return for feral cats reduces costs and increase public support.
  • Encouraging spaying and neutering through differential licensing fees helps to address the pet over-population problem
  • Providing problem pet behavior assistance through a help line and other educational materials is helpful in reducing the abandonment of pets
    • Common reasons for abandonment are barking, house-training, chewing, digging and repeatedly running away
    • Pet behavior problems cause people to “fall out of love” with their pet and is a major reason for abandonment at shelters