2015 dog licences now available at Courtenay City Hall

Are you a dog owner in the city of Courtenay? It’s time to renew Fido’s licence.

  • Nov. 5, 2014 11:00 a.m.

It's time to license your dogs for 2015.

Are you a dog owner in the city of Courtenay? It’s time to renew Fido’s licence.

Dog licences for 2015 are now available from Courtenay City Hall.

All dogs over the age of six months living in the City must be licensed.

The fee for a neutered male or spayed female is $5 annually. For unneutered males or unspayed females, the fee is $25 annually.

Licences expire each year on December 31 and must be renewed annually.

To get your license, bring your payment to Courtenay City Hall, 830 Cliffe Avenue, and provide your name, address and phone number, as well as your dog’s name, breed, colour, and gender.

For first-time licencing, please bring proof of spay/neuter status from your veterinarian.

Fines for “unlicenced“ dogs start at $100.

For more information, visit www.courtenay.ca/dogs.

 

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