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Pet Identification

Rabies Tag

White Dog Tags

When a licensed veterinarian vaccinates your pet against rabies, a license tag to affix to your pet’s collar or harness will be issued. This tag not only says your pet was vaccinated, but your pet is registered. The tag number and registration makes it possible for Animal Control to contact you in case your pet is lost.

 

Identification Tag

You may also want to include an additional identification tag on your pet’s collar or harness. The tag can include your pet’s name, owner’s name, address, and phone number. Usually, if someone finds a stray animal they will check for an identification tag and call the owner first, instead of calling Animal Control. This can help make the process of getting your lost pet returned faster.

 

St. Peters Animal Control Pet ID Program

St. Peters Animal Control offers a Pet ID Program that allows you to purchase a digital pet ID tag for just $5 per tag. The digital pet ID tag helps good Samaritans immediately identify and return lost pets. Each tag is equipped with a unique QR code, web address and traditional toll-free phone number used to immediately and safely access a pet’s encrypted, critical data, including multiple emergency contact phone numbers, medications, license and rabies tag information, microchip number, vaccinations, pet medical insurance status and more. To purchase the tag and learn more, visit St. Peters Animal Control at Recycle City, 131 Ecology Dr.

  

Microchipping

An effective way to identify your pet is with a microchip. Most veterinarians and the St. Charles County Pet Adoption Center offer microchipping.

Microchipping involves inserting a small, non-toxic computer chip under the skin of the animal. The device is not powered, but passively 

responds to a scan with a special scanner by sending an echo that displays a number on the scanner. The chip is registered through our facility to the animal's owner.

You may also want to include an additional identification tag on your pet’s collar or harness. The tag can include your pet’s name, owner’s name, address, and phone number. Usually, if someone finds a stray animal they will check for an identification tag and call the owner first, instead of calling Animal Control. This can help make getting your lost pet to you faster. 

Be sure to update any changes to your address and/or phone number as they occur.
  

 

 

 

 

 
 

St. Peters Animal Control

131 Ecology Dr.

(at Recycle City)

St. Peters, MO 63376

636-278-2255

Fax: 636-278-2525 

 

Animal Control Hours:

Monday-Friday: 7 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Saturday: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 

 

FOR EMERGENCIES AFTER HOURS ONLY:

Call Police Dispatch at

636-278-2222  

 
 
 
 
St. Peters Animal Control
 offices are based out of Recycle 
City; however, animals 
are sheltered at:

  

St. Charles County Pet 
Adoption Center


4850 Mid Rivers Mall Drive


636-949-7387
 
CLICK HERE for information and hours.
 
 
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