Wisconsin Statutes (Sections 95.21(2), 174.05, and 174.07(1)(b)) require all dogs that are 5 (five) months of age or older to be licensed. The owner of the dog must obtain a license annually prior to April 1st, OR, on or before the date the dog becomes 5 (five) months of age.
Evidence that the dog is currently immunized against rabies must be presented before a license can be issued.
Failure to obtain a license prior to the April 1st deadline may result in a late fee.
A dog license may NOT be transferred from one dog to another.
DOG LICENSES ARE OBTAINED FROM YOUR LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (City, Village or Town)