Kuna City Code 10-3 sets out the guidelines for owner responsibility, number of animals allowed, and other details.
Licensing is available through the city clerk's office and the fees for animals within city limits are shown on the table below.
Licensing Fee Table
Fees set by R87-2018 and Kuna Code 10-3.
|Type or License||One (1) Year||Three (3) Year||Five (5) Year|
|Neutered or Spayed Dog||$10.50||$21.00||$31.50|
|Non-Neutered or Spayed Dog||$28.00||$56.00||$84.00|
|Senior Citizen Rate (Over 65) Neutered or Spayed Dog||$8.00||$16.00||$24.00|
|Senior Citizen Rate (Over 65) Non-Neutered or Spayed Dog||$20.00||$40.00||$60.00|
|Initial Commercial Kennel License||$100.00||N/A||N/A|
|Renewal of Commercial Kennel License||$100.00||N/A||N/A|
|Replacement of Lost License||$1.00||$1.00||$1.00|
Mail a completed Dog Registration Application (PDF), fees, and proof of spay / neuter t
City of Kuna
P.O. Box 13
Kuna ID, 83634
Animal Services Provided by the Idaho Humane Society
The city of Kuna contracts the services of Idaho Humane Society (IHS) for animal control enforcement. IHS provides animal control services to neighborhoods within the city limits including:
- Investigating complaints
- Responding to calls for service
- Patrol as time is available
- Issuing citations to suspected violators and following through in court as appropriate
- Apprehending and impounding stray animals and other animals as required in the City Code
- Picking up dead or injured animals within the road right-of-way and the city limits
- Other services as appropriate
IHS is also responsible for holding and preparing records and providing disposition for impounded animals, as is consistent with City Code requirements and Humane Society goals.
Lastly, IHS provides other services designed to support the goal of responsible animal ownership in Kuna including but not limited to: public information, acting as the city's expert consultant regarding legislation, and other matters regarding animal control in the community.