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Illinois Department of Ag offering online license renewals

The following licenses will be available for online renewal under this pilot program: Pet Shop Operator, Cattery Operator, Dog Dealer, Kennel Operator, Animal Control, Animal Shelter, Horse Rescue and Guard Dog Service.

Agriculture business owners in Illinois will now be able to renew their licenses online in a state-wide effort to improve the way Illinois meets taxpayer needs.

The Illinois Department of Agriculture (IDOA) processes more than 70,000 licenses each year for farmers, producers, agribusinesses and various other organizations.

State Ag Director Raymond Poe has directed all bureaus to develop a plan to offer online license renewals as a way to streamline the way the Department conducts business with its constituents.

The first bureau to undertake this pilot project will be the Bureau of Animal Health & Welfare.

Beginning this week, the Bureau will mail out renewal notices to all current licensees in compliance with the Illinois Animal Welfare Act.

Included in the letter will be instructions on how to renew a license online, as well as a sample to serve as a tutorial.

The Bureau of Animal Health and Welfare currently issues over 5,200 licenses each year in accordance with the Animal Welfare Act.

The following licenses will be available for online renewal under this pilot program: Pet Shop Operator, Cattery Operator, Dog Dealer, Kennel Operator, Animal Control, Animal Shelter, Horse Rescue and Guard Dog Service.

Those wishing to renew their license may do so by visiting www.agrlicensing.Illinois.gov.

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