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Pet License
The Warsaw Police Department does not have a pet licensing program, except for wolf-hybrids, coydogs and dogs that have been classified as Potentially Dangerous Dogs. 

City Code Section 6-142 states:  Wolf-hybrids and coydogs must be registered with the city and must be spayed/neutered and micro-chipped prior to registration. Failure to register wolf-hybrids and coydogs may result in impoundment of the animal.

The "Potentially Dangerous Dog" classification can be assigned to a dog who has exhibited aggressive behaviors and has bitten a person or domestic animal.  There are different levels of classification, and requirements for micro-chipping and for keeping the dog confined at all times.  These are listed in Chapter 6, Section V.


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