Animal Law Enforcement

The Animal Law Enforcement (ALE) Department of Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region proudly serves the communities of Centennial, Colorado Springs, Douglas County, El Paso County, Fountain, Monument, Manitou Springs and the City and County of Pueblo.

Most of us remember to get our pets spayed or neutered, walk our pets on a leash, and keep our pets in the yard. But only about 25% of citizens remember to license their dogs, and only 3% license their cats. Licensing enables animal law enforcement officers to return your missing pet to you quickly, and tells strangers your pet is not a stray and has a family. And licensing helps protect public safety and the welfare of pets in our community. 

All dogs residing in Centennial, Colorado Springs, El Paso County (resolution areas), Fountain, Monument, and the City and County of Pueblo must be licensed. All cats residing in Colorado Springs, and the City and County of Pueblo must be licensed. Cat licensing in other jurisdictions is strongly recommended.

Licensing Makes Reunions Possible
More than 1,300 lost pets never had to make our shelter their home in 2013 – officers reunited them directly with their families.

How? Simply because their pet had a current license on file with Animal Law Enforcement, a division of Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region.
Make sure you pet can find his way back to you in an emergency. License your cat or dog today!

If you need to update a pet license due to the transfer or loss of a pet please call 719-302-8727 or email licensing@hsppr.org.

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License Your Pet

Centennial | Colorado Springs | El Paso County | Fountain | Monument | Pueblo

 

The Animal Law Enforcement (ALE) Department of Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region proudly serves the communities of Centennial, Colorado Springs, Douglas County, El Paso County, Fountain, Monument, Manitou Springs and the City and County of Pueblo.

Most of us remember to get our pets spayed or neutered, walk our pets on a leash, and keep our pets in the yard. But only about 25% of citizens remember to license their dogs, and only 3% license their cats. Licensing enables animal law enforcement officers to return your missing pet to you quickly, and tells strangers your pet is not a stray and has a family. And licensing helps protect public safety and the welfare of pets in our community. 

All dogs residing in Centennial, Colorado Springs, El Paso County (resolution areas), Fountain, Monument, and the City and County of Pueblo must be licensed. All cats residing in Colorado Springs, and the City and County of Pueblo must be licensed. Cat licensing in other jurisdictions is strongly recommended.

Licensing Makes Reunions Possible
More than 1,300 lost pets never had to make our shelter their home in 2013 – officers reunited them directly with their families.

How? Simply because their pet had a current license on file with Animal Law Enforcement, a division of Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region.
Make sure you pet can find his way back to you in an emergency. License your cat or dog today!

If you need to update a pet license due to the transfer or loss of a pet please call 719-302-8727 or email licensing@hsppr.org.

You are now leaving our website and being redirected to the secure licensing form.

License Your Pet

Centennial | Colorado Springs | El Paso County | Fountain | Monument | Pueblo