for on "ONE STOP" flyer.
"ONE STOP" program provides a low-cost,
convenient way for pet owners to comply with
Wisconsin State Statues and be a responsible pet
Rabies vaccination - $15.00
Microchip - $25.00
One Stop deal for both - $35
Cat/Dog License - varies by municipality
owners' pets have a current rabies vaccination, a
rabies certificate must be brought in to purchase
a license. A late fee (amount varies by
municipality) is charged if a license is purchased
after April 1. Click here
for more license information.
State law requires that all dogs
and cats over five months of age be vaccinated
against rabies and licensed in their municipality.
The Alliance for Rabies Control states that
"rabies is the most inevitably fatal disease
and yet one of the easiest to prevent." The
virus attacks the brain of warm blooded animals,
including people. The best way to prevent the
spread of rabies to humans is by keeping pets
Licensing ensures that pets are
vaccinated against rabies, provides owner
identification for each pet, and provides funds to
MADACC for the rescue, shelter and care of stray,
mistreated, unwanted, abandoned and injured
animals. Licenses are also a ticket home for lost
pets! When stray animals enter MADACC with
identification, staff can immediately contact the
owner to notify them of their lost pet. Licensed
pets entering MADACC also receive emergency care
if needed and reduced fees upon redemption.
Microchipping pets is a simple,
inexpensive way to permanently identify your pet
and provides less chance that someone will steal
your pet and get away with it. All animals that
enter MADACC are scanned for a microchip.
For more information or to make
an appointment, please call 414-649-8640