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Online pet registration

Post Date:December 15, 2017
The City of Lewisville is now using to register all pets. Per City ordinance, all dogs, cats, and ferrets over four months of age are required to be registered.

Registration will now cost $7 per year for each sterilized animal. Owners have the option to pay $21 for a three-year license for each sterilized animal.

Registration will now cost $30 per year for each unsterilized animal. Owners have the option to pay $90 for a three-year license for each unsterilized animal.

There is a $2 convenience fee added to all transactions.

Pet owners who register through will be required to scan, email, or fax their latest rabies vaccination and proof of sterilization.

Pet owners without internet access can still register their pet in person at the Gene Carey Animal Shelter and Adoption Center, 995 E. Valley Ridge Road.