Dog Control

Dog Control Program Information

The CSRD Dog Regulation and Impounding Bylaw has recently been updated and outlines the dog control regulation for areas of the regional district that have a dog control service established.  Currently, there are two areas in the regional district with full dog control:

The service is intended to promote responsible dog ownership, accountability and public safety. Dog control also allows residents to obtain a dog licence for their dog, report a stray, lost or found dog and report any dog that is dangerous or at large.

The CSRD Dangerous Dog Control Bylaw outlines the dangerous dog regulation.  The entire Electoral Area F has a dangerous dog control program in effect, which is strictly in response to dangerous dogs only.  

Please contact the SPCA for any concerns outside of bylaws or licensing such as animal cruelty.

K9 Dog Control Services is contracted by the CSRD to provide dog control services, which includes the investigation of barking dogs, dangerous dogs and the rescue of dogs at large.  Please visit the K9 Dog Control Services website for contact information or to make a complaint.  

K9 Dog Control Services
 

Dog Licensing

The CSRD is currently finalizing its new online dog licensing program for 2018 licences.  It is expected to be fully operational to users by December 19, 2017.  A link will be provided on this page once the program is available.  The new online program will make it easier for dog owners to obtain a licence.  

Owners can now choose the type of licence they wish to purchase for their dog.  An Annual Dog Licence can be purchased each year and is valid from January 1 to December 31 in the year of purchase.  An Annual Renewable Dog Licence can be purchased for a one time fee and will renew automatically each calendar year for the duration of the life of the dog for which it was issued. Owners are responsible to notify the CSRD when the ownership information for that dog changes. 

Every dog (over the age of four months) who resides within Ranchero or Electoral Area C must be licensed. Licences are issed by the CSRD and must be purchased before January 31 in each calendar year or once a dog reaches the age of four months.

Annual Dog Licence Fees

Type of Licence                                                                                                             Licence Fee
Annual Dog Licence Fee                                                                         $ 10.00
Annual Renewable Dog Licence Fee $ 50.00
Dog Tag Replacement Fee                $ 5.00          

Dog licensing within Electoral Area F is voluntary. If you are interested in licensing your dog in Area F, please contact the CSRD for further information. 

Where to Buy

Dog licences for 2018 can be purchased at:

CSRD Main Office, 555 Harbourfront Drive NE, Salmon Arm BC
Payment methods accepted are cash, cheque, money order, VISA, Mastercard or American Express

For further information on dog licensing, please contact the CSRD

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