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ANIMAL CONTROL AND LICENSING

For a copy of Animal Control and Impounding Bylaw 723, 2012 click here

Dog Licensing

While we may all be dog lovers, the limit is two dogs per property within the District of Logan Lake, and all dogs over the age of six months must be licensed.

Annual dog licenses can be obtained at the Municipal Office at # 1 Opal Drive.  If you are purchasing a first time dog license, please ensure that you bring a signed document from your Veterinarian or SPCA office showing proof of spay or neutering. 

Licenses fees are as follows:
  • Valid from January 1 to December 31 each year;
  • $13.00 for spayed or neutered dogs; and
  • $36.00 for unspayed or unneutered dogs.

 

Responsible Dog Ownership

Please do your part to keep animals and people safe in our community, by:

  • keeping your dog on-leash unless at the Off-leash Dog Park;
  • carrying a plastic bag to scoop up and properly dispose of dog feces; and
  • ensuring that your dog is a good neighbor by controlling excessive barking.

 

Reporting a Lost or Found Dog or a Complaint about a Dog

If you should you lose your dog; find a lost dog or have a dog complaint please contact Dan Leighton, Bylaw Enforcement Officer at 250.523.2315, 250.320.1790 or email at bylaw@loganlake.ca Monday to Friday, excluding statutory holidays, between 8:30 am and 4:00 pm for assistance.

 

 

Offenses and Penalties

Following are the Animal Control and Impoundment Bylaw Offences and Penalties:  

   Bylaw Offence

Section

Penalty

     Three or more dogs on any parcel

3.a)

$75.00

Dog barking or crying and disturbing the peace

3.b)

$50.00

     Failure to confine female dog in heat

3.c)

$ 50.00

     Dogs in areas prohibited by signage

3.d)

$50.00

Keeping of vicious dogs, animals or wild animals

3.e)

$200.00

     Contravention of RR1 zone provisions

3.h)i) to v)

$75.00

     No dog license

5.a)

$45.00

     Operating commercial kennels, stables, etc.

6.a)

$100.00

     Dog or other animal at large     -  1st offence

                                                             -  2nd offence

                                                             -  3rd offence           

6.b)

6.b)

6.b)

$  45.00

$  75.00

$125.00

     Dog attack

6.c)

$200.00

     Removal of animal from pound

6.d)

$200.00

Dan Leighton, Bylaw Enforcement Officer District of Logan Lake
Bylaw Services
PO Box 190
120 Chartrand Place
Logan Lake, BC V0K 1W0
P: 250-523-2315
C: 250-320-1790