Langley Animal Protection Society (LAPS)

26220 56 Avenue, Langley, BC V4W 1J7, Canada (604) 857-5055
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The Langley Animal Protection Society’s mandate is to promote the physical, emotional and psychological well being of companion animals in Langley. We carry out our mandate through the use of professional and humane animal control methods and innovative animal welfare programs.

As the animal control service provider for the Township and City of Langley, LAPS responds to and investigates complaints from the public seven days a week. From stray dogs to cattle running loose to dogs biting humans, LAPS Animal Control Officers meet each challenge with public safety and animal welfare in mind. Since 2005, LAPS has taken a proactive approach to dog licensing by sending canvassers out into the community. From March to October the canvassers go door-to-door selling licences. The canvassers sell an average of 3000 licences every year and have helped LAPS increase the number of licensed dogs by 180%!

Since 2003, LAPS has worked hard to make the welfare of the shelter animals its top priority. Our unparalleled animal enrichment programs reduce stress and keep the animals healthier and happier while they wait for new homes. Thorough adoption procedures ensure that LAPS dogs and cats find the best possible homes. We also help the animals living in the community though our pet food bank and our Trap, Neuter, Release program for free-living cats.

Business phone number (604) 857-5055
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Country Canada
distance: 49 Kilometers
Address 26220 56 Avenue, Langley, BC V4W 1J7, Canada
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