Maple Ridge Dog Licensing

11995 Haney Place, Maple Ridge, BC V2X 8T1, Canada (604) 467-7384
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The City of Maple Ridge Animal Control and Licencing Bylaw No. 6908-2012 states “No owner shall keep a dog, or permit a dog to be kept, in the City unless a current valid dog licence has been obtained from the City for that dog.”


Dog Type Fee
(February – December)
Unaltered $52.00 $68.00
Unaltered (Senior Discount) $26.00 $34.00
Altered $25.00 $41.00
Altered (Senior Discount) $12.50 $20.50
Aggressive $200.00 $270.00

To apply for a dog licence, download our dog licence application form.

Licence renewals are due January 1 of every year. Pay Your Annual Dog Licence Fees Online. All you need is your Account Number and Access Code from your invoice and one of the following forms of payment; MasterCard, Visa or certain Debit Cards (TD Canada Trust, Bank of Montreal, Scotiabank and RBC Royal Bank).

For more information on fees and charges, review Schedule A of our Animal Control and Licencing Bylaw.

Business phone number (604) 467-7384
Country Canada
State/Province British Columbia
distance: 38 Kilometers
Address 11995 Haney Place, Maple Ridge, BC V2X 8T1, Canada
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