Pets can be licensed in one of two ways:
1) In person at the Edmonds Police Department, Monday-Friday between 8:30-4:30.
2) Online through Petdata.com Follow the link below to their website.
Pet License Requirements
Currently cat licenses are optional and are purchased by some people as a form of identification. The onetime, lifetime fee is $5.00. This could change in the near future with the Edmonds City Council considering an ordinance change.
Dog licenses are mandatory for residents in the City of Edmonds. The annual fee is $15.00 for a neutered male/spayed female and $40.00 for an unaltered animal. All adult dog licenses expire on December 31st for that licensing year.
A temporary puppy license is required for dogs under six months of age. The cost is $5.00 and the license is valid until the dog is six months old.
Senior citizens, age 65 years and older, can purchase a $5.00 dog license for neutered/spayed dogs only.
New dog licenses go on sale November 1st for the coming year.
In the event of a lost dog license, a replacement license can be purchased for $4.00.
Service animals are issued a Permanent license at no charge.