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541 682-3645 
3050 N Delta Hwy
Eugene, OR 97408

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Pet License Fees / Service Dog Info 
Note:  Proof of a current rabies vaccine & spay/neuter proof if applicable is required for all dog licensing.  The dog does not need to be present in order for you to purchase a license.  Licenses are not transferable or refundable.

Our on-line payment option does not accept payments for the following types of licenses:
  • Dangerous Dog (court ordered)
  • Guard Dog 
  • Kennel
  • Pro-Bone-O
  • Replacements only 
  • Service Dog

For all other types of dog licenses you may choose our on-line payment option by clicking here
For more general information about dog licensing click here


1YR   2YR 3YR 
 Dog Regular (not spayed/neutered)  $35  $55 $70 
 Dog Spay/Neutered   $15    $25   $35 
 Dog Regular-Sr Citizen (owner is 62yrs+)  $35  $55  $70 
 Dog Spay/Neuter-Sr Citizen (owner is 62yrs +)  $10  $17 $25
 Non-Commercial Kennel (1-8 dogs) $150     
 County Commercial Kennel $250     
 County Commercial Breeder (1-10) $350     
 County Commercial Breeder (over 10) $350     
 Watchdog $25     


If you live in an unincorporated area of Lane County:

Kennel Licenses

  • Kennel licenses are only available to dog owners that reside in the areas outside of the city limits and urban growth boundaries. Please check with the Lane County Land Management Division to make sure any required permits are up-to-date. 
  • All dogs that live in Lane County must display a current dog license/tag per Lane County code(s) 7.070 and 7.075.
  • Commercial Kennel (business/boarding): payment for this type of license includes the issuance of a license tag for each of your personal dogs.  Proof of a current rabies vaccination must be provided for each dog prior to the issuance of a license tag.
  • Commercial Kennel (breeders): a license tag will be provided for each dog with proof of a current rabies vaccination.
  • Non-Commercial Kennel license: Three or more dogs over six months of age.  Please note that you have the option to purchase this type of kennel license or license your dogs individually. If you choose to license your dogs individually, please note that zoning restrictions/permits still apply if you own more than 8 dogs at any residence. 

What type of kennel license do I need? 
Zone Info
Lane County Land Management
Lane County Code  / Animal Services

Pro-Bone-O / Licenses-No Charge

Pro-Bone-O clinics offer free rabies vaccinations for the dogs of owners who are homeless in Lane County.  These dog owners may also obtain a free Lane County dog license for a term of one year.
Dog owners: You must provide the rabies certificate from Pro-Bone-O in person (see left side bar on this page for address and hours).  If you are renewing, you may come in person or mail in your updated rabies certificate and we will update your license record.

If your dog is not spayed or neutered, the following process applies:

  • You will receive a provisional license contingent on providing us proof that your dog will be spayed or neutered within 90 days.
  • You will be required to provide us the spay/neuter appointment date and Vet clinic name at the time of purchase.
  • We will follow-up with the clinic to make sure you kept your appointment. 
  • Once your proof of spay/neuter is received, your license expiration date will be credited to reflect a license term of one year.
  • It is your responsibility to contact us to update appointment dates or Vet clinic info so that we can obtain spay/neuter proof.
  • If spay/neuter proof can not be verified, your license will become invalid.

For more information about the Pro-Bone-O Vet Clinic Click Here

Service Dog Licenses

There is no charge for a service dog license. To obtain one, you will need the following: 

  • A doctors prescription advising you need a 'service' or 'therapy' dog.  Please note that a companion dog is not the same as a service or therapy dog.
  • Proof of a current rabies vaccination such as a receipt from the Vet.
  • A signed affidavit confirming that your dog is currently trained to perform functions that directly assist you with your disability.
  • The license will be valid until the rabies vaccine expires.
  • You must obtain your license in person at the address listed on this page.  If you are renewing a license and we have your signed affidavit on file, you have the option of renewing by mail. 

To obtain an affidavit form, click here

For further information and commonly asked questions regarding service animals, please click on the following links:  State of Oregon.Gov     U.S. Dept Justice / ADA

Dangerous Dog Classification Licenses

County Violation - Dangerous Behavior (DB)


Other restrictions for this classification may apply. Click here  








Class C

7.130 (1)






Class B

7.130 (2)






Class A

7.130 (3)