The Wenatchee Valley Humane Society urges pet owners to register and license their animals.
If your pet goes missing, it can be a terrifying event for you. According to the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society, licensing and registering your pet is a good method to safeguard their safety if they become separated from you.
The Wenatchee Valley Humane Society's Communication and Administration Coordinator, Katelynn English, believes that licensing your pet is a good method to alleviate that stress. Pet licensing is necessary by law, and it also aids in the reunification of stray pets with their families.
Licensing your pet is simple, quick, and inexpensive, according to English. Everyone should make sure their pets are licensed, says the group. Wenatcheehumane.org is our website address. There's a link there to get your pet licensed. When acquiring a pet license, local municipal and county rules mandate that all cats and dogs be vaccinated against rabies.
Animals can be licensed in person, over the phone, or through the mail, and discounts are provided for disabled or senior individuals.