Any dog that is 4 months of age and is being kept within the boundaries of the County of Santa Cruz, the State of Arizona for at least 30 consecutive days of each calendar year needs a county dog license. A current rabies certificate good for at least a year must be provided to obtain a 1-year license. If the rabies certificate is good for less than a year, you may also obtain a license for the number of months the rabies shot is good for (11 months, 10 months, etc.).
Obtain a License by Mail
A current rabies certificate must be mailed with a check or money order with the license fee plus .50 cents per animal for postage. Mail the current certificate with check or money order to:
Santa Cruz County Animal Control Department
2150 N Congress Dr.
Nogales, AZ 85621
|License - Altered (Proof Required)||$12|
|License - Unaltered||$35|
|License - Altered, Senior/Disabled (Proof Required)||$8|
|License - Unaltered, Senior/Disabled (Proof Required||$20|
|License Late Fee||$5|
|Impound Fees - Offense 1||$25|
|Impound Fees - Offense 2||$50|
|Impound Fees - Offense 3||$75|
|Board (Per Day)||$10|
|Animal Pick Up at Residence (Owned)||$30|
|Trap Rental (2 Weeks)||$5|
|Report Request (Per Page)||$1|
|Adoption* (Dog or Cat; includes Parvo / Distemper shot for dogs, RCP for cats)||$10|
|HomeAgain Microchip Implant||$15|
* Please note: Owner is responsible for the cost of spay or neuter and rabies vaccination for adopted animals.