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No, written documentation from a licensed veterinarian stating that the alteration has occurred is required to certify that your pet has been spayed or neutered.
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Any person owning or housing a dog in the City of San Luis must obtain a dog license, which must be renewed annually.
If your pet is deceased and was licensed with the City of San Luis, please let us know by updating your form at City Hall.
Yes, if your dog meets the guidelines of the American Disabilities Act (ADA) as a service animal, you may receive a waiver of the fee.
Call the San Luis Police Department, Animal Control Division at (928) 341-2420. A microchipped or licensed animal may be kept temporarily at the San Luis Police Department while an attempt is made to contact the owner. If Animal Control does not hold the Animal temporarily, it may be at the Humane Society of Yuma. The Humane Society of Yuma will not give out information about animals in their possession over the phone.