Get your dog licensed and microchipped with the Department of Agriculture from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Mongmong-Toto-Maite Mayor's Office Pavilion. 

The department is partnering with Guam Animals in Need providing rabies vaccinations as well as microchipping for dogs at $10 each. Pet registration -- which requires a rabies vaccination -- costs $5. And according to the department, Guam law requires pets over 3 months old to be licensed. 

It's a cash-only, exact change event and a chance to make sure your pup can go into places, like Guam Premiere Outlets or be reunited with you more easily if they get lost. 

“The stray and free-roaming dog overpopulation issue is a community-wide problem, which requires a community-wide solution," Territorial Veterinarian for DOAG said. "Licensing your pet, along with spaying and neutering are the first steps in responsible pet ownership."