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United States Army
Personal Property Processing Office
200 East G Street
Fort McCoy, WI 54656
Policies and rules for shipping pets vary at each installation. It’s important to understand the regulations, prohibitions and laws at your new installation before moving with a pet. Below, you’ll find installation-specific details for registering, boarding and transporting your pet.
Both dogs and cats should have distemper and rabies vaccinations. Dogs should also have bordetella, for kennel cough, as well as Lyme disease vaccinations, and they should be checked for heartworm. Cats should have the feline leukemia vaccination. Licensing ordinances and fees will vary by the city, village or township in which you choose to live. Fort McCoy is located in Monroe County.
Dog license requirements:
Any dog that is kept on your property or is in your possession for more than 30 days and is at least 5 months of age is required to be licensed by Monroe County. This license must be renewed annually. License must be obtained and/or renewed by March 31 of the license year. An additional $15 late fee will be assessed for each license purchased after March 31 of the current license year.
License fees for 2022 are:
To obtain a license, you must provide proof at the time of licensing that the dog has a current rabies vaccination from a certified veterinarian. Your veterinarian must also provide proof of spaying or neutering.
You may obtain a dog license from:
Monroe County Dog ControlRolling Hills14345 County Highway BSuite 5Sparta, WI 54656
Hours: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday
Monroe County Animal Shelter3100 E. Wisconsin St. 10714 Highway 16Sparta, WI 54656
Sparta Vet Clinic 1701 W. Wisconsin St.Sparta, WI 54656
There are no kennels located on the installation. Marcie's Country Pet Spa is located just five miles from the main gate at 11996 State Road 21. They can be reached by calling 608-269-8391. Veterinary clinics located in the local communities also provide kenneling services.
There is no veterinary clinic on Fort McCoy. However, the Great Lakes Illinois Veterinary Treatment Facility offers pet vaccinations at Fort McCoy for pets of military personnel a couple of times per year. For more information, call 847-688-5740, or DSN 312-792-5740. There are veterinary clinics within the local communities.