Dog License


WI State Statutes 174.07 requires a dog license for the keeping of a dog over 5 months of age. 
Dog Licenses expire December 31.   

FORM for licensing

Note: Unless a variance is granted, no more than two dogs are allowed per residence.

To avoid a late fee, licenses must be obtained by April 1. Late Fees of $5.00 per Dog apply after April  1.  

Additional penalties may apply for failure to license a dog.

 Attach copy of current certificate of rabies vaccination, valid proof of rabies vaccination includes the rabies manufacturer, serial number, date the vaccination was given and date the vaccination expires.

 Drop this information off with applicable fees at the Village Hall, 514 Railroad St., during clerk posted hours or in the door slot after hours.  The information and payment may also be mailed: Village of Brownsville, PO Box 308,    Brownsville WI 53006.
If you no longer own a dog that you had previously licensed, please let the clerk know.
Questions? Contact the clerk at 920-583-4087 or



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