If you own a dog in Teller County, you must get a license for them each year. Licenses can be ordered online, over the phone, by mail, or in person. You may choose to purchase a voluntary license for your cat(s), as with dog licenses, proceeds directly support Teller County Regional Animal Shelter.
It’s the law. Don’t get caught without a license.
It is our responsibility to provide a safe community for our citizens and their pets. Licensing plays an important role in our ability to fulfill this responsibility. A license allows animal control to identify your pet, get in touch with you, and make decisions that are in the best interest of your pet should it become lost or injured.
How to License Your Pet
The Teller County pet licensing program is managed by DocuPet Inc. DocuPet provides a licensing solution that is simple and convenient, and includes added benefits for pet owners. You can license online (click HERE) in less than five minutes and will immediately gain access to your profile, which is used to reunite you with your pet in the event that they become lost. You will be in compliance as soon as you complete the form, and your pet tag will be sent in the mail within 8 to 10 business days.
Licensed in the past? Renew your license by clicking below –
You can also license:
- Over the phone by calling 1-877-239-6072
- In person at any of the following locations:
- Teller County Regional Animal Shelter 308 Weaverville Rd, Divide, CO 80814, USA / 719.686.7707
- Compassion Animal Hospital 312 W. Hwy 24 Woodland Park, CO 80863 / 719.687.6000
- Teller Park Veterinary Service 1084 Cedar Mnt. Divide, CO. 80814 / 719.687.2201
- Woodland Veterinary Clinic 550 E. Chester Ave. Woodland Park, CO 80863 / 719.687.1060
- Animal Medical Center 15226 W. US Hwy 24 Woodland Park, CO. 80863 / 719.687.9201
- By mail to: Teller County Regional Animal Shelter, 308 Weaverville Rd, Divide, CO 80814, USA
- Please make checks payable to Teller County Regional Animal Shelter.
Download Offline Form – Click HERE
Click HERE to learn more about your licensing options and get started today.
Fees and Fines Licenses are required for all dogs living in Teller County. Licenses must be renewed every year prior to the expiration date. You may choose to purchase a voluntary license for your cat(s), as with dog licenses, proceeds directly support Teller County Regional Animal Shelter.
|Spayed/Neutered Dog – Seniors Fee||$5.00|
|Spayed/Neutered Cat – Voluntary||$10.00|
|Intact Cat – Voluntary||$30.00|
Click HERE to renew your pet’s license.Please note that Teller County’s licensing program operates on a 365 day cycle. This means that all licenses expire the following year on the date they were purchased.
Have a question about licensing or the DocuPet program?
Contact customer service at: 1-877-239-6072
Explore our FAQ or get in touch with us.
Have a question about licensing or the DocuPet program? Contact customer service at: 1-877-239-6072
FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions:
No longer own your pet?
Get in touch with the DocuPet customer service team to update your record by calling 1-877-239-6072 or emailing email@example.com
DocuPet’s Lost Pet Report can help. Login to your profile and report your pet lost using the red button. An email will go out to community members letting them know how they can help.
Wondering when your pet tag will arrive?
Typically pet tags are received in the mail 8 to 10 business days after your order is processed. You can login any time and access your profile on tellercountydocupet.com and not to worry, our Town records will show you have an active license.
Need a replacement tag?
Order a replacement by logging into your online account and clicking the green “order replacement tags” button or call 1-877-239-6072 to order over the phone.
What do the fees for pet licensing support?
Licensing fees help cover the costs of essential animal services including:
- Emergency service all year round
- Feeding, sheltering, and safekeeping of impounded animals
- Supporting the rescue of lost and/or homeless animals
- Supporting medical care for sick or injured dogs or cats
- Public education initiatives in schools and within the community