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Updates to the Responsible Pet Ownership Bylaw include a maximum of six cats and six dogs per household, unless all pets are licensed prior to Jan 1, 2022 when it goes into effect.

Impounded cats

At this time, the Animal Services Centre remains open to the public.

However, in order to limit the risk of illness spreading at this time we ask that if you find a stray animal you do not bring the animal to the facility unless they are injured or in distress and there is no option for you to take the animal to a veterinary clinic.

If you believe that your animal has been impounded and needs to be reclaimed but you are unwell or self-isolating, please send a family member or friend who is symptom-free on your behalf to claim your pet from the Animal Services Centre.

When speaking with the Animal Services staff please make them aware of who you are sending prior to their arrival. This person should be familiar with your dog or cat and comfortable handling and transporting it.

Photo ID is required before releasing any animal and must be presented at the time of pick up. If you believe your lost animal is currently at Animal Services, or have further questions please call 311.​

Cats found "at large" in our city are taken off the street and impounded because:

This list is updated every 15 minutes during business hours

Impounded cats and dogs

Cats currently impounded at the Animal Services Centre​.​

Lost cats and dogs

Missing your pet? Found a lost pet? We want to get all animlas home.

Responsible pet ownership

Pets and owners, living in harmony..

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Questions or concerns? Give us a call or come down and visit.