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Peace Officers help owners ensure their pets are a positive addition to the community.  This is done through education programs, mediating neighbour disputes, providing advice and enforcement of the Animals and Responsible Pet Ownership Bylaw C-1226

For more information on General Animal Care, click here for our brochure.

Bit by a Dog or Cat?

To report a dog or cat bite, fill out the Animal Bite Witness Statement Form.

Dog Information

Find out what you need to know to ensure the best experience for you and your dog in the community

Dog at Large?

To report a dog running at large contact Enforcement Services at 780-830-5790

Lost Dog?

If you have questions about a lost dog contact the Regional Animal Pound at 780-830-0199 

Cat Information

Find information about nuisance cats and trapping a cat

Animal Licensing

Find information about animal license applications, renewals and tag replacements as well as Animal Limit Exemptions.

Other Animals

If your concern is related to an animal other than a dog or cat, please refer to the chart below:

Organization Responsible 


Animal of Concern 

Alberta Fish & Wildlife


Deer, moose, coyotes, geese, ducks

Enforcement Services


Rats, muskrats, skunks, beavers, pigeons, exotic animals (imported snakes etc.)

Residents feeding wildlife

RCMP and Enforcement Services


Stray Livestock (cows, bison and horses) 

Discretion of Landowner


Magpies, crows, ravens, English Sparrow

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