A simplified online experience paired with a complimentary lost pet service adds value to Mammoth Lakes dog licenses. Licensing dogs in Mammoth Lakes is now easier, modernized, and more valuable for all pet owners. Mammoth Lakes is delighted to launch a partnership with DocuPet, a world-leading pet profile, lost pet, and licensing platform. Pet owners will now receive a complimentary lost pet service, along with colorful, unique designer ID tags linked to a secure online profile when they license their dogs from the comfort of their homes.
Every Mammoth Lakes’ dog license comes equipped with DocuPet’s HomeSafe™ 24/7 lost pet service, which is included at no extra cost. Every license tag includes a unique code on the back that is linked to that dog’s secure online profile, making it easy for anyone who finds a lost pet to reference the unique code and create a Found Pet Report in seconds. Residents may also create Lost Pet Reports as soon as they realize their pet has gone missing. DocuPet’s dedicated dispatch staff is available 24/7 and has been able to reunite thousands of lost pets with their families through this service.
“We are excited to offer our residents the simplicity & added benefits that come with DocuPet.” said Al Davis, Chief of Mammoth Lakes Police Department. “In Mammoth Lakes, all dogs are required to obtain an official license, and we are thrilled to make this process quicker, easier, and more valuable for residents. Outside of the benefit of reuniting lost dogs with their owners promptly, licenses also help to ensure the safety of pets & residents alike.”
Through the new licensing process, residents have the option to select a generic city-branded license tag for $20.00 or may upgrade to one of DocuPet’s colorful designer tag styles for an additional $15.00. Each DocuPet tag, generic or designer, doubles as a dog’s official license in Mammoth Lakes. Previously, dog licenses in Mammoth Lakes expired annually on June 30. Licenses are now valid for a full 365 days after purchase. Pet owners can learn more, register, and/or renew their dog licenses online. Licensing by phone, in-person and by mail are also available.