Pet licensing is required for all dogs and cats over 5 months old in Greenfield. Licensing is an important part of responsible ownership. Licensed pets have been vaccinated for rabies, which protects residents and other animals.
Please note: Any resident possessing more than 2 pets would need to contact the Health Department to apply for a Fanciers Permit. The Health Department can be reached at 414-329-5275.
Pet licenses will be issued by the City of Greenfield beginning in January of each calendar year.
Fee schedule as follows:
Altered Pet (spayed or neutered) prior to April 1st- $12
Unaltered Pet prior to April 1st - $24
Altered Pet (spayed or neutered) starting April 1st - $18
Unaltered Pet starting April 1st - $36
Puppies/Kittens - special fees for new family members:
5 months old AFTER July 1st and altered - $6
5 months old AFTER July 1st and unaltered - $12
In order to license your pet, you will need:
Postcard renewal form received from MADACC or we can provide a pet license application.
Vaccination Records to show up-to-date rabies information and spay/neuter if applicable.
Payment in the form of cash, check (made payable to City of Greenfield) or credit card (additional convenience charges do apply.)
There are several options for obtaining a pet license:
In person at City Hall: 7325 W Forest Home Avenue, Treasurer’s Office in Room 103.
By mail to City of Greenfield at: PO Box 20739, Greenfield, WI 53220-0739.
Drop box on south-side of City Hall building.
MADACC offers online registration: www.madacc.com. You can also reach MADACC by phone at 414-649-8640 with any additional questions.