How do I register my animal?
You must have a current annual rabies vaccination certificate from a licensed veterinarian for each dog and cat. State law requires that an animal must be at least 3-months old.

Furnish or mail the rabies certificate to our office located at 1300 East Ashley with the annual fee of $5 for each altered animal or $10 for each intact animal. You must show documentation of spay or neuter to receive the $5 fee. The registration and identification tag will be mailed to you within 10 working days.

Citizens over the age 62 or with disabilities who possess altered animals are required to register their animals, but are exempt from paying the fees. You are required to attach the registration tag to your dog's collar. Cats are not required by law to wear registration tags, however we highly recommend this since a tag is provided and it is the best way to return a lost cat to it's owner.

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1. What if I lose my pet?
2. How do I register my animal?
3. Why do I need to register my animal?
4. What is Animal Services not responsible for?
5. Should I vaccinate my animal against rabies?
6. Why should I spay or neuter my pet?
7. How does Animal Services handle animal noise complaints?
8. Is there a leash law in Siloam Springs?
9. How much do adoptions cost?
10. Can I bring and animal I found to the shelter?
11. Can I get a ticket for my animal?
12. How many animals can I have?
13. Can I have chickens or goats in City limits?
14. Can animal services come help me remove a pesky animal?