Pet owners must purchase a licence for dogs and cats which are 12 weeks of age or over within seven days of ownership. There is a fine for having an unlicensed dog or cat.
For your convenience, the City of Greater Sudbury offers a choice of a one year licence, three year licence and lifetime licence.
Free pet licences are available for the following:
An up-to-date dog or cat licence gives pet owners the following benefits:
Your dog or cat must always wear its up-to-date tag unless:
If you need assistance to register your dog or cat online, or if you would rather pick up a tag in person, you can visit one of these locations.
Gilles Pelland Public Library, 120 St. Agnes St., 705-688-3955
Frank R. Mazzuca Public Library / Citizen Service Centre, 9 Morin St., 705-688-3958
Normand Huneault Public Library / Citizen Service Centre, 3502 Errington St., 705-688-3963
Mike Solski Public Library, 30 Second Ave., 705-688-3953
Copper Cliff Public Library, 11 Balsam St., 705-688-3954
Lionel Rheaume Public Library / Citizen Service Centre, 79 Main St. 705-688-3956
Garson Public Library / Citizen Service Centre, 214 Orell St., 705-688-3957
Earle Jarvis Public Library, 1 Hillside Dr., 705-688-3951
Valley East Public Library / Citizen Service Centre, 4100 Elmview Dr., Hanmer, 705-688-3961
Greater Sudbury Animal Shelter, 39 Kari Rd., Wahnapitae, 705-694-7387 (PETS)
|Type of Licence||Fee for spayed or neutered dogs and cats age 12 weeks and over||Fee for unaltered dogs and cats age 12 weeks and over|
|Lifetime for pet owners age 65+||$109.00||$215.00|
|Three Year for pet owners age 65+||$56.00||$87.00|
|Three Year for pet owners age 65+||$23.00||$33.00|
|Replacement of lost tag*||$5.00||$5.00|