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Control & Licencing of Animals

Licencing

The Township of South Glengarry requires all dogs three months of age and older to have a licence.  An animal licence enables the Animal Control Officer or Pound Keeper to return your missing dog to you as soon as possible.  It also tells strangers your lost dog is not a stray and needs to be returned to its family.

Fees - $15.00 for 1st dog - $25.00 for each additional dog. Cheque or cash payments accepted.

How to obtain / renew your dog licence 

Licences can be purchased by visiting the Township Office or the distribution centres located throughout the Township (see below).  

You may also obtain your annual licence by mailing in the required information with your payment. A licence will then be mailed to you.

 Required Information: 
 Owner
  • Name
  • Phone Number
  • Civic Address




 Dog(s)
  • Name
  • Sex
  • Neutered or Spayed
  • Age
  • Breed
  Locations
 Lancaster
Township of South Glengarry
6 Oak Street
 Green Valley
Green Valley Post Office 
4147 County Road 34
 

Bainsville

Sangster's Sons General Store

6080 3rd Line Rd.

 

Glen Walter

Olco

18267 County Rd. 2

 

Williamstown

A.L. MacDonald Grocery

19688 Bridge St.

 

Martintown

K-Cee's Video

18530 Dundas St.

Animal Control Services

As of January 1, 2013, Kevin Casselman will be providing animal control services to the Township of South Glengarry.  He may be reached at 613-543-2980 or 613-913-1476.

Leash control when visiting the Township Municipal Parks or other outdoor properties with your dog(s) - As per By-Law 07-11, Section 4.2, no person who owns, harbours, or possesses any dog shall cause or permit the dog to run at large, or trespass on private property even when on a leash.  This clause is applicable at all times to all individuals who visit the Township Municipal Parks or other outdoor properties with their dog(s).

A complete copy of the By-Law may be obtained by contacting the Township Office.