Why License?

In accordance with state and local laws, pet licenses are mandatory in Teller County. In fact, licenses are mandatory in nearly every community across North America. Why? Because licenses help keep pets and the communities they live in safe. DocuPet was brought on board to simplify and improve pet licensing to benefit not only pet owners like you, but the entire community. DocuPet makes it easy for Teller County to deliver a successful pet licensing program with a streamlined software and management solution that makes licensing a breeze for pet owners and administrators alike.

Check out the ways you can license your pet below and feel good knowing that 100% of licensing revenue funds are given to Teller County Regional Animal Shelter to support important animal welfare initiatives helping to improve your community.

What will you need?

Licensing your pet will require specific information and proof. Having these items at the ready allows for the fastest experience. You have the option to upload a document as a saved or scanned file, or you may take a photo directly from your device on our upload page.

Payment

We securely process payment online and accept all major credit and debit cards as forms of payment.

Documents

Spay/Neuter proof example

Spay/neuter certificate

This document is required to qualify for the discounted rate and is only needed once and will be saved to your pet’s profile upon upload for future renewals. This proof declaring that your pet has been spayed or neutered may be in the form of a statement or receipt from the veterinarian, shelter, or clinic that performed the procedure.

Rabies proof example

Rabies vaccination proof

This document serves as formal proof that your pet has received an approved rabies vaccination. This document may be in the form of a Rabies Vaccination Certificate that has been signed by a veterinarian or certified professional. It is the law that pets must be up-to-date on their rabies vaccinations, so new documents will need to be uploaded to your pets profile as they receive their booster shots.

How to License

  • Online
  • In-person
  • Mail
  • Phone

The fastest and easiest way to license or renew is right here. You’ll create a profile for your pet, upload any necessary documents, process your license registration, and receive purchase confirmations via email. Payment can be made using a credit card or Visa/Mastercard debit card. Each year, you just need to log in to your existing account and renew - it’s super easy!

Renew my pet's license

My pet has a license, but it has expired or will very soon.

Renew now

License a pet for the first time

I've never licensed a pet with Teller County before.

License now

In person licensing is available at the following location(s) however it’s important to know you will still receive your tag in the mail:

Don’t forget to check hours of operation, appointment policies, and accepted payment methods prior to heading out.

If you opt to license via snail mail - keep in mind processing your registration will take a lot longer!

Make sure you complete the below form in full and that it is free of any errors otherwise your registration may not be successfully processed. The fine print is there for a reason so keep an eye out for accepted payment methods, who the check should be made out to, where it should be mailed, and any required supporting documentation.

Pet license form

Download Application Form

If you’re having trouble licensing online and need to get your registration processed in a hurry, you can contact our customer care team and they may be able to process your pet license over the phone. Note that you must have up to date spay/neuter or rabies documents on file and we can only accept credit cards and Visa/Mastercard debit as payment.

DocuPet Customer Care: 1-877-239-6072
Hours of Operation: Monday-Saturday (excluding holidays) from 7:00am-7:00pm MT

Teller County Details & Fees

Pet licenses are required for all dogs living in Teller County. They must be renewed every year prior to the expiration date. Licenses expire exactly 365 days from the start date of the license. You will receive reminders from us about upcoming license expirations via mail, phone, and email.

Voluntary cat licences are available in Teller County. Although not required, licensing your cat is a great way to help ensure their safety.

Dog Licenses Fee
Spayed/Neutered $10.00
Intact $30.00
Spayed/Neutered - Senior's Fee $5.00
Voluntary Cat Licenses Fee
Spayed/Neutered $10.00
Intact $30.00
Spayed/Neutered - Senior's Fee $5.00
Dog Licenses
Spayed/Neutered $10.00
Spayed/Neutered - Senior's Fee (65+) $5.00
Intact $30.00
Voluntary Cat Licenses
Spayed/Neutered $10.00
Spayed/Neutered - Seniors Fee (65+) $5.00
Intact $30.00

A replacement county tag is available for a $5.00 fee or at no additional charge when you license your pet.

Pet owners must be 65 or older to qualify for senior citizen rates.

Frequently Asked Questions

PROGRAM AND PARTNERSHIP

You may have entered your address incorrectly or we may not have your address in the address database for your community. Please double-check all spelling and ensure you are using the abbreviated form for your street type ex. St instead of Street. You may contact Teller County Regional Animal Shelter directly if you believe you reside within their jurisdiction but your address is not being accepted by the system.

HELP DESK

Visit our Help Desk for more information: https://docupetinc.zendesk.com/hc/en-us

LICENSING OPTIONS, DATES, AND LOCATIONS

Licenses are required to be renewed prior to the expiration date each year.

You may renew your pet's license within 45 days of your pet's current license expiration date. If you renew prior to the upcoming expiration date, your pet's new license will start the day after expiration, not on the date of purchase.

Refunds may be granted for a license if a pet passes 30 days of the license purchase.

Please ensure you have all the required documentation in order to licence your pet. If you have all the records you need to proceed you can license your pet online, or in person at Teller County Regional Animal Shelter located at 308 Weaverville Rd.
If this is your first time licensing a pet in Teller County, click here to learn more.
If you already have an account with us or have ever licensed a pet with Teller County Regional Animal Shelter click here to learn more.

You may license in person at Teller County Regional Animal Shelter located at 308 Weaverville Rd.

Licenses expire exactly 365 days from the license start date. If you renew prior to the upcoming expiration date, your pet's new license will start the day after expiration, not on the date of purchase.

FEES AND FINES

For all online orders a processing fee is applied on license purchases at a rate of 2.9% + $0.30 per transaction.

Please visit Teller County Regional Animal Shelter in person if you are qualifying for this rate for the first time. Once the team there verifies your designation you will be able to renew online in future years.

Those aged 65 and older may qualify for a senior citizen rate. Your pet must be spayed/neutered to receive the senior rate.

Teller County Regional Animal Shelter does not offer any special rates for veterans. Please call 719-686-7707 or email office@tcrascolorado.com directly to discuss.

No, there is no discount for licensing multiple pets. Each pet will be charged the appropriate licensing fee.

Please visit Teller County Regional Animal Shelter in person if you are qualifying for this rate for the first time. They are located at 308 Weaverville Rd. Once the team there verifies your designation you will be able to renew online in future years.

Visit this page for licensing options and fees: Teller County Fees

ACCOUNT UPDATES

We're sorry for your loss. You can update a pet's profile via your online account or we can take care of it for you if you call 1-877-239-6072 or email info@docupet.com. Our customer service line is answered from 7:00AM to 6:00PM MST, Monday through Friday.

If you are moving, please be sure to update your address by logging into your online account and navigating to your Profile Settings page. Even though you are moving, you’ll still be able to keep your pet's tag and access your pet's online account. However, your current license may not be valid in the new community you are moving to. Please get in touch with the pet licensing provider in the new community you are moving to in order to find out more information.

CITY INFORMATION AND CITY ORDINANCES

Please get in touch with Teller County Regional Animal Shelter at 719-686-7707.

The following species are required to be licensed: Dogs are mandatory and cats are voluntary

Visit this page for information on licensing ordinances/bylaws: Teller County Code

DOCUMENT SUBMISSION

A valid rabies proof is required to purchase a pet license. 

If you can’t locate the document you received after the procedure was done, you will need to contact your vet to obtain your pet's records. Be sure to specify any and all pets you require documentation for.
Once you’ve got the paperwork in your hands, take a look to ensure:

  • The document provided is the right type of proof required.
  • Pet and pet owner account data matches your own.
  • The document is clear and legible.