City changes dog licenses

The City of Williams Lake is moving to a one dog licence tag system that does not have to be replaced annually.

  • Jan. 8, 2015 7:00 p.m.

The City of Williams Lake is moving to a one dog licence tag system that does not have to be replaced annually.

This Permanent Licence tag gives dog owners the convenience of renewing their dog licence each year online.

Starting in 2016, registration allows residents to pay an annual Permanent Licence renewal fee online with no need to leave home, line up to renew and licence, and replace an annual dog tag.

Please visit williamslake.ca/doglicence and select the ‘Permanent Dog Licence’ menu option.

Renewal notices will be sent this week.

Please come in to renew your license and receive your tag.

As per City of Williams Lake Animal Control and Licensing Bylaw 2102, 2009, every dog over the age of two months must have a current licence. The impoundment fee for an unlicenced dog begins at $75 and can go up to $175, plus additional boarding and licensing fees.

Please direct any inquiries to the Finance Department at City Hall, 250-392-2311.

Williams Lake Tribune

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