License and Identify Your Pet
The Town of McLennan governs that no household shall have more than three animals, of which a maximum of two animals can be dogs. All dog owners within the town are required to purchase a permanent tag for their dog(s). Any dog or cat over six months old must be licensed.
WHAT YOU NEED TO LICENSE YOUR PET
When licensing your pet, the office will require:
- a current picture
- a brief description
- name and contact information of owner
- fee to be paid
PERMANENT LICENSE FEES
Permanent Dog License – Un-neutered
If pets are not licensed, we have no means of identifying the owners. Any animal with no license is then available for adoption. If an animal remains unclaimed after 72 hours and no adoption has taken place, the animal may be transferred to the Peace River SPCA, Animal Rescue Centre or may be euthanized.
For more information, please see the Animal Control Bylaw.
For more information on responsible pet ownership practices, contact your local veterinarian or humane society or:
17904 – 118 Avenue NW
Telephone: (780) 447-3600
Toll Free: 1-800-455-9003 To report an animal in distress (outside of Edmonton and Calgary)
Fax: (780) 447-4748
For more information on legislation regarding control of dangerous animals, and the Town of McLennan animal control bylaws, contact the municipal office.
Town of McLennan
19 -1 Avenue NW
Telephone: (780) 324-3065
Fax: (780) 324-2288