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Santa ana dog license plates

I have a friend that I've known for years. His name is Jeff and I've heard he has Santa Ana dog license plates. He also has a big truck. Do you know anything about them and where you can purchase a set. I know some places in CA are required to purchase a tag for your car or truck. I live in Arizona and we don't need to.

I don't see any difference with a regular California car license plate as opposed to a regular CA tag. If it has a blue star in the top left corner it's Santa Ana dog license plates. You can buy a lot of them here in SoCal. I believe they can even be registered with the DMV. I have a friend that has two and they use them exclusively to register their dog.

I don't see any difference with a regular California car license plate as opposed to a regular CA tag. If it has a blue star in the top left corner it's Santa Ana dog license plates. You can buy a lot of them here in SoCal. I believe they can even be registered with the DMV. I have a friend that has two and they use them exclusively to register their dog.

That is correct, a regular CA car plate can be modified to become Santa Ana dog license plates, but not the other way around. If the owner wants to get a CA car plate to use in Arizona, it must be a CA tag, not a CA car license plate.

Yes I know, but I've been told by the same friend that he has a tag that says Santa Ana Dog License plates. He says they can be bought here. And he has one on his truck. That would mean he has a tag with a star on it. The other thing about that is that he has a big truck.

I know you can get California Dog tags and he has one on his truck. But, he also has a CA license plate for his car. It has a star in the top left corner. I'm thinking that is a Santa Ana Dog License plate. Does it look that way to you or did I just see it wrong.

Yes he has the regular California license plate for his car. He has also modified a California car plate for his truck. He has two California dog tags. One is for his dog and one for his friend. He's very knowledgeable about all things regarding California law.

You will have to verify it with the DMV and I can't give you any more information without knowing exactly what type of plate it is and which city it is in. Some cities have the ability to issue dog tags. Some counties require them. It could be one of those situations.

California doesn't require dog tags for dogs, and we don't. However, if the dog was born or acquired in California and it has been licensed in California for over three months, then the city will issue a tag for it.

If the dog was born or acquired in California and it has been licensed in California for over three months, then the city will issue a tag for it.

You should know that you cannot put a name or phone number on any tags issued by the City of Santa Ana.

If your dog is a pure bred and registered with the city, it is required by law that you have a tag. It doesn't matter where you were born or where you got your dog. If you want to register the dog with the city, you will need to get a tag.

The reason your friend got a regular CA car license plate was that a dog license plate is not considered a CA tag, and they only need a CA tag for their vehicle.

There are some states where a car owner is required to have a dog tag on the back window of their vehicle, but that's not the case here in California.

We get them from the city and he does have one. But, it says Santa Ana Dog License plates. I looked online and a Santa Ana dog license plate can be purchased for $25 here. You can see it on a picture here:

I don't know if the city can charge extra for it, or not. But, it is a very low price and the same company sells the CA tags at the same price, which is about $40. And, as I said before, they have a star in the top left corner of their California plates, which is a California dog tag.

He has one that says "Santa Ana Dog License" in the top left corner. And, the same company sells the CA tags for $40. He also has one that says "California Dog Tags" in the top left corner. The same company sells these for $25. And the $25 is for a regular California tag.

So, it could be a regular CA tag that was modified to say "Santa Ana Dog License" or it could be a CA dog tag, which he has.

It has a blue star in the top left corner, which is a California dog tag.

You can see it in this picture:

I guess it would help if I could ask him.

Also, here are some links to California dog tags. Some people have a license plate and don't register their dog in California. However, if your dog is registered, you have to have a tag on your vehicle.

I was going to say, you can get a regular CA plate in any color you want and turn it into a Santa Ana Dog License plate. You can get them here:

The only difference is that a regular CA car license plate has the words "California" and "State of California" on the plate. The license plate issued by the city is just "Santa Ana." It is considered a California tag and is required to have the name of the city and state on the plate.

Yes. If a CA plate has the words "California" and "State of California" on it, it must be modified by a California state agency. And, if the person doesn't get a California license tag, they can buy a CA plate at a California state agency for $20 or less.

The words "State


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