Residents of Ogden are allowed six total animals for their household - not more than two dogs or two ferrets are allowed in that total.
All dogs, cats, and ferrets must be licensed every year by the City. The purpose of licensing is to ensure all pets are vaccinated for rabies to prevent an outbreak of the rabies virus.
Pet licenses are renewable every year in the month your pet was licensed originally contingent upon a current rabies vaccination. Sterile animals, those who have been spayed or neutered, are licensed at a lesser fee than those who are unaltered.
Lifetime pet licensing is available for a one-time fee; animals must be sterile. Each year thereafter for the pet's lifetime the license is renewable at no charge provided the pet's rabies vaccinations are current.
Ogden City Cashier
Ogden City Recreation Building
Francom Public Safety Center
1-year: $10 if sterile, $50 if unaltered
1-year: $5 if sterile, $35 if unaltered
Senior citizens age 60 or older may license their pets at a 20% discount from the posted fees.