- It is unlawful for any person to keep, harbor or maintain any dog six or more months old unless such dog has been registered and licensed with Tremonton City.
- The fee shall be due January 1st of each year, and shall be delinquent after March 31st of each year. A penalty of $15.00 shall be added to delinquent payments.
- The owner of any newly acquired dog of licensing age or of any dog which attains licensing age after March 31 of any year, shall make an application for registration and license within 30 days after such acquisition or when dog reaches six months of age.
- A current Rabies Vaccination Certification Receipt from your veterinarian must be presented to purchase a license for your dog.
NOTE: Prorate of the above fees of 1/2 after July 1st. Licenses that should have been purchased prior to July 1st will not be prorated.
- 30.00 In-tact Male or Female Dog
- 10.00 Neutered Male/Spayed Female Dog
- 5.00 Replacement License (only if original is lost)
- 10.00 or $30.00 (one time fee) Dog License Senior Citizens Owner
NOTE: A Kennel license is for over two animals and is to include a Conditional Use Permit and application fee of $20,00. Requires authorization from the Planning Commission/Land Use Authority Board and is restricted to Zoning Code allowance.
For additional fees, see the Tremonton City Fee Schedule
What does the state law require?
Animal Owners will provide animal with food, care and shelter adequate to meet the animal's needs.
What does this mean?
If I believe an animal is being neglected or abused, then what?
- Provide appropriate, adequate food & water
- Provide shelter so that the animal can get out of harsh weather - snow, hail, rain, heat, high winds, etc.
- Seek out veterinary care when appropriate
- Keep your animal current on all vaccinations
- Contact local law enforcement agency
- Contact local Humane Society or animal shelter
- Agencies will investigate the situation and take appropriate action (warning, citation or even removal of animals from owner's custody)
Dealing with a Vicious Dog
What to do if you come upon a vicious dog
What if you can't get away
- Try to get away
- Get in a car, a house, or even up a tree
- Get out of the way, so it cannot get close enough to bite
What if the dog bites?
- Start yelling
- Keep distance between you and the animal
- Call 9-1-1 immediately
- Do not let the animal think you are scared of it,; stand your ground
Filing a police report
- If the dog gets close enough to bite, put out an arm, a stick, or some other object - you will need your legs to run away, so try to get something between you and the dog
- Seek medical attention IMMEDIATELY
- Seek treatment for possible infections, and to determine if dog is carrying rabies
- Hospital & Doctor's offices are required by law to file animal bite reports
- Contact appropriate local law enforcement agency
- Officer will need to see the wound, determine what treatment you have received, and determine the extent of your injury