Langley BC Dog Licences

20399 Douglas Crescent, Langley, BC V3A 8T4, Canada (604) 514-2800
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Notice to Dog Owners

Dog Licenses are payable January 31. Dog license renewal forms are mailed in December to owners of dogs on record and fees may be paid up on or before February 2, at lower rates. Dog license renewals can be paid for online

No person shall own, keep, harbour or have in his possession any more than two (2) dogs per residential unit.

Failure to obtain a dog licence is a contravention of City of Langley Animal Control Bylaw, 2006, No. 2622 and is subject to penalties as described in the bylaw.

Please be advised that all dogs over the age of six (6) months are required to be licenced.

Dog Licence Costs

Category Regular Regular
on or before
Feb. 2
Senior Senior
on or
Feb. 2
Male or Female $84.00 $64.00 $84.00 $32.00
Neutered or Spayed $42.00 $32.00 $42.00 $16.00
Dangerous Dog $420.00 $420.00 $420.00 $420.00
Aggressive Dog $210.00 $210.00 $210.00 $210.00
Working Dog used to assist the disabled $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00

Proof of spaying or neutering may be required.

Replacement licences are $10.00 each.

Payments may be made through the mail by cheque or in person, by cheque, cash or Interac at:

Finance Department, City Hall
20399 Douglas Crescent
Langley, BC
Telephone: (604) 514-2800

Dog licence renewals may be done on line using our Easy-Pay system

If you no longer have a dog, please notify City Hall at (604) 514-2800. All mail must be postmarked or received on January 31 to be processed at the lower rate.

Business phone number (604) 514-2800
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Country Canada
State/Province British Columbia
distance: 39 Kilometers
Address 20399 Douglas Crescent, Langley, BC V3A 8T4, Canada
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