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Regional Animal Services of King County (RASKC)
Working with partner cities such as Enumclaw, staff from Regional Animal Services of King County (RASKC) are visiting neighborhoods on weekends to educate residents about the benefits of pet licensing and ensure that pets are properly licensed. All cats and dogs eight weeks or older in the RASKC service area are required to be licensed with King County.
If a representative finds an unlicensed pet, they will not issue a citation. Instead, they will provide a free temporary license, which provides pet owners time to purchase a permanent license. RASKC staff will not ask for nor accept money at the door for pet licenses.
King County pet licensing representatives are easily recognized by their King County ID badges, RASKC logo shirts or jackets, business cards, and pet licensing documents. As King County employees, they follow strict guidelines regarding professional conduct. Staff will not peer in windows or over fences looking for pets. They will knock on doors to speak to an adult resident of the home. If no one is available, staff will leave a door hanger to let residents know that a RASKC representative stopped by.
There are many benefits to licensing your pet. First and foremost, licensed pets are far more likely to be returned to their owner. License fees also directly support RASKC's mission to help animals in our area, including investigating animal cruelty, reuniting stray pets with their families, and adopting thousands of pets to their forever home every year.
Pet licenses protect pets and help sustain life-saving animal care and control services, such as:
King County pet licenses can be purchased online, by mail, or in person at a pet license partner location.
RASKC representatives will be canvassing neighborhoods in and around the City of Enumclaw for several weekends beginning July 20th. If you have questions please visit firstname.lastname@example.org.
Department1705 Wells Street, Enumclaw,
Washington 98022Bob Huebler, Chief of Police