Fulton County logomark
Close this search box.


Pet Registration

Below, you will find the many ways you can register a pet. All Fulton County pet owners must register their pets as required by  law. Doing so not only ensures that Animal Services Officers can contact you if your pet is lost, but the license fee also helps cover the cost of caring for homeless and injured pets in the county shelter. Pet owners whose pets aren’t registered may receive a citation and have to go to court.

If you have found a pet in Fulton County with a registered rabies tag, look up the rabies tag owner’s information online and help reunite that pet with their family.

If the tag isn’t registered, please visit our Found Pets page for tips on what to do next before bringing a lost pet to the shelter.

How to Register
By Mail

Print and fill out this Pet Registration Form. Along with the completed form, include the correct registration fee amount and a copy of your pet’s rabies vaccination certificate and mail to: Fulton County Animal Licensing, c/o PetData, PO Box 141929, Irving, TX 75014.


Visit PetData.com and follow the instructions provided.

In Person

Visit Fulton County Animal Services during regular business hours to register a pet and purchase your pet’s license. See our hours on our Contact page.

Customer Service

Pet licensing is handled through a third party. Visit PetData’s customer service assistance page or call 1.877.835.6788.

Pet Registration Fees
1 year 3 years
Spayed/Neutered Pet
Unaltered Pet (not spayed/neutered)

A 3-year pet license requires a 3-year rabies vaccination. There is a $10 late fee if your license is more than 60 days overdue. Registration of a classified dangerous or vicious animal is $250.

When you register a pet, we hope you’ll consider making a tax-deductible donation to support LifeLine’s lifesaving efforts in Fulton County!


Even with proper registration and an ID tag, pets can become lost. Taking swift action can help you find your pet. Start your search as soon as you discover that your pet has gone missing. Follow the link below to help you get started.


Save money by visiting one of LifeLine’s affordable veterinary care clinics to have your pet spayed or neutered, to get your pet’s vaccines and more! Make an appointment today.

Public Rabies Vaccinations

LifeLine’s Fulton County Animal Services offers $30 rabies vaccinations for pets of Fulton County residents (with identification) on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm on a walk-in basis.

Donate Today

Show your support for Atlanta’s animals with a gift today.


This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website.