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This change could help reunite lost Boise dogs with owners, City Council member says

City Council Member TJ Thomson’s proposal to lower animal-licensing fees in Boise has been approved for early next year.

The list of changes includes no fees for six months for new licenses once the program is enacted. After those six months, new licenses will be $15 per year for dogs who are spayed and neutered, and $35 per year for dogs that aren’t. License renewals receive a 25% discount.

Currently spayed or neutered pets require a licensing fee of $20.25 every year. Non-spayed or neutered puppies require a fee of $27, and for dogs older than a year that price goes up to $53.50. Read more…

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