To obtain a Utah County Animal License, your pet must be at least four (4) months of age with a current rabies vaccination. You are required to license your pet within thirty (30) days of acquiring the new animal, or moving into Utah County. Utah State Law and Utah County Ordinance require that EVERY dog over six (6) months of age must have a current rabies vaccination and animal license. It is mandatory that a license and rabies tag be attached to your pet’s collar at all times. When purchasing a license, you must provide proof of rabies vaccination with a current rabies certificate from a veterinarian. Many city offices and veterinary clinics are available if you wish to purchase a license in-person. These locations are listed below.
We provide animal licensing for North Utah County; including the following cities:
Alpine American Fork Cedar Fort Cedar Hills Eagle Mountain Highland
Lehi Lindon Orem Pleasant Grove Saratoga Springs Vineyard
Animal licenses for South Utah County are provided by the South Utah Valley Animal Shelter.
Animal License Prices:
The price of an animal license varies, depending on the license duration, and if your pet is altered (spayed/neutered) or not.
One Year License
Two Year License
Three Year License
Currently, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are not issuing licenses in-person at the shelter.
To apply for a license online, click on the button to the right. Choose an option from the dropdown menu. Once your information has been submitted, you MUST send a copy of your pet’s rabies certificate to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once it has been received, a new license tag will be mailed to you.
City offices that provide animal licensing:
American Fork City
Cedar Hills City
Eagle Mountain City
Lone Peak Public Safety
Saratoga Springs City
Veterinary Clinics that provide animal licensing:
A Caring Vet
Alpine Animal Hospital
Intermountain Vet Services
Lehi Animal Hospital
Pet Medical Services
Saratoga Springs Animal Hospital
VCA Timpanogos Animal Hospital
Utah Veterinary Hospital