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No. Current City of Chadron Ordinances only specify that dogs need to be licensed.
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Have your veterinarian write a letter on his/her letterhead stating why the rabies shot is not advised and present it to the Chadron Police Department. Please be advised that the due date for the application remains the same.
All dogs, six (6) months old or older, are required to have a City of Chadron Dog License. Below is some helpful information regarding City of Chadron Dog Licenses.
As of September 2019 the current City of Chadron Dog License fees are as follows:
January of each year, City of Chadron Dog Licenses will be available at the following rates:
NOTE: A thirty-day grace period is also allowed for anyone who acquires a new dog, moves into the area with a dog, or has a puppy that turns six (6) months old after February 1st of each year, allowing dog owners to purchase City of Chadron Dog Licenses at the above rates.
February 1st through December 31st of each year, City of Chadron Dog Licenses will be available at the following rates:
You can purchase a City of Chadron Dog license at your local veterinarian or at the Chadron Police Department. Please remember the following when considering your City of Chadron Dog License:
Advantages of purchasing a City of Chadron Dog License include:
If you or your pet loses a license, you can request a duplicate tag for ½ the price of the originally issued license. If your original license was issued for an intact dog, and you have since had your dog spay or neutered, bring proof into the Chadron Police Department and a duplicate license will be issued for ½ of the discounted price for spay/neutered dogs.
If you have further questions, or if you need assistance with dog licensing, please contact the Police Department at (308) 432-0510 24 hours a day, seven days a week.