Brazos County Pet License
IT’S THE LAW FOR ALL PAWS!
Did you know The Brazos County License is required by law, for all dogs, cats, and ferrets currently living in Brazos County? The license tag costs $15 annually, and all you need is proof of your pet’s rabies vaccination!
A BRAZOS COUNTY LICENSE PROVIDES YOUR PET WITH:
HOW TO RENEW YOUR COUNTY TAG
License in Person
You may license your pet in person at Aggieland Humane Society.
Proof of current rabies vaccination will be required to issue a county tag.
Many local Bryan/College Station veterinary clinics also sell county tags – check with your vet’s office!
License by Mail
Enclose a registration form, copy of your pet’s rabies certificate, and $15 tag fee.
Make your check payable to “Aggieland Humane Society.” Please DO NOT send cash.
Mail your paperwork and payment to:
Aggieland Humane Society
5359 Leonard Road
Bryan, Texas 77807
Complete an online tag request form below.
Upload a copy of your pet’s current rabies certificate. Payment will be required in order to process your submission.
The license will be issued by mail once your submisson form and rabies paperwork is reviewed.
COMMON LICENSING QUESTIONS
By ordinance, licenses are valid for one year from the date of the rabies vaccination. If a 3 year rabies vaccination was given, the county tag must be renewed each year on the 2nd and 3rd anniversary of the rabies vaccination.
The phone number engraved on every Brazos County tag provides access to the 24-hour tagged pet hotline.
If your pet’s current county tag gets lost, a replacement tag may be purchased for $1. Replacement tags may be purchased in person at Aggieland Humane Society, or at the vet clinic that issued the original county tag. Please note, the replacement tag fee is only for lost tags, not yearly renewals.
Brazos County Licenses are non-refundable.
Brazos County Licenses are non-transferable. Once registered, the county tag links the pet to their owner. If a pet’s ownership changes, the new owner will need to purchase a county tag of their own.
If an Animal Control Officer finds your pet, and your pet is wearing a current license tag on its collar, Animal Control will try to contact you. If another citizen finds your pet with its licensing tag, they can call the 24-hour number on the tag. A staff member from the Animal Licensing Office will attempt to contact you so you can connect with the finder to get your pet back home.
If you’ve found a pet wearing a county tag, you can call the 24-hour number on the tag. A staff member from the Animal Licensing Office will attempt to contact the pet owner so you can connect with them to get the pet back home.
If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us at 979-775-5755.