The Division of Public Health Office of Animal Welfare recently announced changes to dog licensing for 2017 that will benefit Delaware residents.
Ages 65 and older, who own dogs, will be offered a reduced rate for dogs that were spayed or neutered (discount does not apply to unaltered dogs). Proof of age is required. The rate is $7 annually, a 30 percent reduction on the regular price of $10 for spayed or neutered dogs. Licenses for unaltered dogs remain $15 per year for all applicants.
|1 Year||2 Years||3 Years|
|Spayed/Neutered (Altered) Dog||$10||$20||$30|
|Senior 65+ w/Altered Dog||$7||$14||$21|
|Service Dog (Proof is required)||$0|
Replacement Tag: $5
Late Fee (30 days): $12