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There are two important reasons to license your pet in Collier County.

1. Pet tags get stray animals home and reduce shelter stays.

2. License fees support important animal welfare initiatives.

ATTENTION: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, pet owners are encouraged to license online or over the phone to help reduce face-to-face contact. If you do plan to license in person, please call the licensing vendor ahead of time to ensure they are open.

The DocuPet Story

Pet licenses are really important. When lost pets end up in shelters, those with license tags are much more likely to be returned home. Also, license fees help support critical community initiatives. When we learned that across the United States a mere 13% of pet owners license their animals, we found our mission.

We've partnered with the Collier County Domestic Animal Services to make every pet license as valuable to you as it is to animal safety.

Your DocuPet Membership includes:

Personalized Tags

Tags That Help All Pets

Our tags help lost pets get home safely. They also help fund Collier County Domestic Animal Services, a local organization that finds safe and happy homes for the county's most vulnerable animals.

Now in Collier County you can choose from our selection of fun tag designs. We can also etch your pet's name and your phone number on each.

Any tag you choose will be your official license tag. Cool, huh?

HomeSafe Logo

Every DocuPet tag comes with a unique code tied to our free HomeSafe™ Lost Pet Service. If your pet becomes lost you can send Lost Pet Alerts to local pet owners who will use your code and our 24/7 Hotline to reunite you.

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Safe & Happy Fund

Our mission is to help provide a safe and happy home for every pet. Our commitment to this mission extends beyond improvements to pet license tags and registration programs. We also directly support Collier County Domestic Animal Services by donating 20% of all product purchases including designer tags, and by collecting cash donations directly from local pet owners.

The net proceeds of all funds collected in Collier County through our Safe and Happy Fund go to support Collier County Domestic Animal Services.

Got questions?
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Got an Animal Related Issue? Who Should You Call?

Pet Licensing Issues or Program Questions?
Call DocuPet at
1-877-239-6072

Need to make a report?
Contact Animal Control at
(239)-252-PETS(7387)

Animal care issue?
Get in touch with Collier County Domestic Animal Services
(239)-252-PETS(7387)