L i c e n s i n g
I s s u e s
Every owner of a dog is required to obtain a license for their dog. Please ensure that the tag is attached to the dog at all times when he/she is not on your property. A dog tag is the best form of ID for your dog. If your dog is lost or strays, it is the best insurance that you will get him/her home safely.
The following is a listing of fees for dog licenses per year:
Invoices will be sent out at the beginning of each year to registered dog owners. If you are unsure if your dog is registered in the Township, contact the Township office at 519-271-0619.
The Township contracts the services of Wally Savile to assist in canine control matters. Mr. Savile (519-345-0115) will make special calls to pick up stray dogs which are confined.
S c o o p
Every owner of a dog shall remove forthwith, and sanitarily dispose of waste left by the dog on municipal property, roadsides, ditches and parks.
L e a s h L a w
Running At Large
If you observe a dog running at large, please contact the Municipal Office. The running at large of dogs is prohibited within the municipality. Every dog within the Township when not confined to the dwelling or property of its owner or of the person having the care or custody of the same, shall at all times be restrained upon a leash and in charge of some person.
K e n n e l s - please reference By-law #41-2006
"Kennel" shall mean a place where pure-bred dogs are kept, bred or trained.
"Pure-bred" means a dog registered or eligible for registration with an association incorporated under the Animal Pedigree Act of Canada.
Any person who wishes to obtain a kennel license, must complete an application form. Application forms are available at the municipal office and the fee is $60.00 per year. There are certain zoning requirements and standards for kennels so make sure to contact the municipal office before building any type of kennel structure, etc.
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