Punctual Pet Licensing Window Closing Soon
Got a license yet for Max? Might want to get a move on. Wisconsin law requires cats and dogs to get licensed before January 30th. The Coulee Region Humane Society figures that only 18% of cats are licensed in La Crosse county while, they figure, 69% of dogs have their tags. After the 30th, some municipalities offer a grace period to get a pet license but can still fine you for getting it late. Although a license can run you $20, having an unlicensed pet can cost you $250.