The answer to this question is no. If you want to use any of the programs and services provided, you will have to apply to the City of Asheville for a license. If there are any outstanding issues with your application, please do not apply for a permit, we will work with you on a solution.
We know many clients are upset that they have not received any notice prior to applying for the permit because they are not aware of our permit process. We are here to give you all the information that is needed before you make your booking. Before the city receives your application, they contact each client and will look at various factors of the case such as your experience and any special requests you may have made.
We can also direct you to the City website for a complete list of all services and permits available at Asheville.
Where do clients go first to pay for a dog owner’s license?
In order to receive a dog owner’s license, you must pay a single-use fee (or other fee for a license that is separate from your application fee). The fee for this permit is $100 plus a $45 processing fee. The fee also covers license management, inspections, and any training that we perform.
Which dog owner does not need a license?
The City is not accepting applications for these permits. We currently recognize about 1,500 dog owners each year, and we cannot accept any application for a dog owner’s license that is not already included on our current database.
I had an experience with the City. What should I do?
If you were notified at any point in time that you were not eligible for a permit or for a particular permit, you should request a refund of your applicant fee. The City of Asheville will refund your applicant fee on a pro rata basis each time it is processed. You may also notify the City Attorney’s office if you believe your permit is not in compliance with the City rules or ordinances. If you have any questions regarding a permit, we encourage you to email the City in general or call at 513-525-9000.
I have a license and can I use it around town?
Yes, as long as the City is unable to issue a permit. However, with respect to your dog, if the City issues you a new permit your dog may be registered. We cannot accept any applications to the permit if you have not got an application in hand by 6 a.m. on the due
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