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SealCity of Beaumont, CA
550 East 6th Street
Beaumont, CA 92223
Dog Licensing
Instructions for Obtaining Dog Licenses by Mail
All dogs four months of age or older shall be licensed within 30 days. All dog licenses must be renewed 30 days after the date of expiration.
  • Enclose correct fee(s) that pertain to your dog(s). Make the check is payable to the City of Beaumont. A late fee shall be charged if the 30 day requirements are not met.
  • Enclose a rabies vaccination certificate signed by a licensed veterinarian. State and city laws require that the rabies vaccination be valid for at least as long as the licensing period. No license will be issued or renewed if the certificate is not in order. Please examine it carefully, your dog may have to be re-vaccinated.
  • If applying for an altered dog fee, enclose proof from a licensed veterinarian that the dog has been altered. No reduced fees will be given without proof of altering.


Dog License Fees
 Type of Dog

One - Year Fee

Two - Year Fee

Three - Year Fee

 Altered Dog




 Unaltered Dog




Additional Fees

License or Service


Lifetime (Altered and Microchip) $8
Duplicate Tag Half of regular fee
Late Fee for License Renewal    $25  

Benefits to Licensing your dog:
  • A license identifies your dog and allows you to be quickly reunited if the dog gets lost.
  • Licensed dogs are held much longer at animal shelters than unlicensed dogs.
  • A license ensures that dogs are vaccinated against rabies, a fatal disease.
  • Owners of licensed dogs receive a helpful reminder to revaccinate their pet prior to the rabies vaccine expiration date.
  • Rabies is a current threat to human and animal health. Dog licensing lowers the overall cost and health risk by making certain that dogs are vaccinated.

Beaumont Civic Center
550 E. Sixth St.
Beaumont, CA 92223

Beaumont Police Department
660 Orange Ave.
Beaumont, CA 92223

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