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Vero Beach Police’s new pet registration program

Vero Beach Police's new pet registration program

Vero Beach Police just initiated a new pet registration program!

They find many dogs  on the streets of the city every week without a collar or any identifying tags.  VBPD Animal Control Unit is initiating this program in an effort to reunite  local pet owners with  their furry friends.

Easy Peasy

Go by the police department Monday through Friday, 8am-4pm, or request the Animal Control officer to respond to your residence for pet registration. You will be asked to fill out a short easy form with all your pertinent information. They will issue your pet a tag! Any pet can be registered – dogs, cats, ferrets, you name it!

Should your pet ever get lost, they will be matched up to you when located by calling the Humane Society and providing their unique registration number on the tag.

This can work in conjunction with, or in place of the micro-chip. This program is FREE of charge!

Their mission is to reunite you with your pet as quickly and efficiently as possible. So call VBPD at 772-978-4600 and come on by to participate in this great service!

Visit their page for more services offered to residents: http://www.vbpd.org/services.html

(Editor note: This is a terrific program. The goal is to get your pet back to you as soon as possible. It’s terrific! Hat’s off to Vero Beach Police Department!)

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