Animal Services and Wildlife

COVID-19 Update, June 25, 2020

In line with provincial reopening of services, the City has been in contact with partner veterinarians to ensure support for services such as spay and neuter, and expects to resume animal pickups and receipt of surrendered animals by July 1. 

The Animal Shelter will accept visits by appointment only. Please call 311.

See information regarding Canine parvovirus (commonly called Parvo) a highly contagious viral disease that can produce a life-threatening gastrointestinal illness in puppies and dogs. 


 

Contact Animal Services

Call or email us with questions or concerns

Animal Shelter

Adopt a pet or search for a lost pet

Animal Licences and Tags

Buy your dog and cat tags online

Animal Bites and Attacks

Learn what to do if you are bitten or attacked by a pet


A dog laying on its back on the lawn.
 


Animal Care and Control By-law

Learn about responsible pet ownership

Spay and Neuter

Learn about spay and neuter programs

Unattended Pets in Hot Vehicles

Keep pets safe from heat-related illnesses

Wildlife

Report a bear and learn about nuisance beavers