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Pets and Animals
License Your Pet - It's the Law!
Dogs and cats three months or older must be licensed annually with the Town of Stony Plain. It is a bylaw requirement that all domestic animals in Stony Plain be licensed with the Town [see Bylaw No. 2566/AC/16]. Licensing your dog or cat could play a critical role in identifying your pet should it become lost.
How do I get a licence?
You can purchase or renew a pet license from front reception at the Town Office.
- Pay the annual licensing and tag fee (see chart below)
- Provide a certificate that proves your pet has been vaccinated for rabies and is spayed/neutered
If you are unable to visit Town Office during business hours, you may use the night deposit box to leave the appropriate certificates, your mailing information, and a payment by cheque. We will then send your new pet tag by mail.
Your license includes an identification tag that must always be displayed on the animal's collar (this includes animals that have a microchip identification implant). This tag cannot be transferred to another animal.
Is your pet new to the family?
Animal licenses are valid from January 1 - December 31. If you welcome a new pet into your home partway through the calendar year, you may be able to purchase a license at a reduced fee. You must apply for the license the first day the Town Office is open after getting a new dog or cat. View the Pet Licensing brochure.
|| After Oct. 1
| Male Dog or Cat
| Female Dog or Cat
| Neutered Dog or Cat
| Spayed Dog or Cat
| Dog or Cat under three months
|| no charge
|| no charge
|Nuisance Animal, neutered or spayed||$100||$100|
|Annual Vicious Animal Licence
| Male or female, neutered or spayed
|Replacement of Lost Tag
| All licenses
Be a Responsible Pet Owner
- License your pet
Not only is it a Town of Stony Plain bylaw, it's protection for other residents and your pet
- Pick up after your pet
It's civilized and expected of you, and it's required under the Town bylaw. Let's share responsibility so we can all enjoy the cleanliness of our parks and green spaces together.
- Use a leash
Keep your dog on a leash at all times when in public areas. Well-trained dogs who respond to command can enjoy the Umbach Off-leash Dog Park, which is conveniently located in the North Business Park.
- Treat your pet responsibly
It takes more than food, water and exercise to keep an animal healthy; it also takes care and common sense. For example, don't keep pets in parked vehicles in the summer, because temperatures can be extremely high – many pets die each year in these circumstances.
- Take your pet to the vet for regular check-ups
View the Responsible Pet Ownership brochure. For more information, contact the Town of Stony Plain at 780.963.2151 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your lost pet is not on the Parkland County Animal Shelter Facebook page, please visit Pet Lynx to see if your pet has been found and registered by another individual or agency. You may also consider posting a lost pet report on Pet Lynx to ensure as many agencies and individuals as possible have access to the information regarding your pet. Pet Lynx can assist you with creating "lost pet" posters for you to post and circulate around your neighbourhood, local vet clinics, pet stores and animal shelters.
- General Inquiries (Town Office): 780.963.2151
- Control and Enforcement (Community Peace Officers): 780.963.8650
- Parkland County Animal Shelter: 780.968.8458