Pet Licensing


It is mandatory to license all dogs in the County of Los Angeles, and in unincorporated areas and most incorporated cities, cats also need to be licensed, with a few exceptions. Before licensing your pet, you must ensure that they are 4 months old and vaccinated against rabies every year or every three years. Failing to vaccinate or license your dog or cat may result in fines or penalties. Moreover, the County of Los Angeles requires all dogs and cats to be spayed or neutered and microchipped. If you have spayed or neutered your pet, you may be eligible for reduced license fees.

License Fees as of July 01, 2022, for La Habra Heights pet owners (Subjective to change, please check LA Animal Care website)

Unaltered Dog
Altered Dog
*Senior (60 Years +)

Altered Dog

**Military Veterans with Disabilities Altered Dog
Unaltered Cat
Altered Cat
Field Enforcement Fee
Penalty Fee
Same as License Fee

*Available senior rates if the animal is spayed or neutered. Senior owner must be sixty (60) years of age.

** With the submittal of the required documentation

Pay/apply online or Pay by phone at (877) U-PAY-PET or 877-872-9738

A duplicate license tag can be obtained by mailing a check for $5 payable to the County of Los Angeles Animal Care and Control at 12440 East Imperial Highway, 6th Floor, Norwalk, CA 90650.

Please provide your pet's license number on the check. If you do not know your pet's license number, call our Enforcement Services Bureau’s Licensing Section at (562) 345‑0400.