Township of Langley Dog Licenses

20338 65 Avenue, Langley, BC V2Y, Canada (604)533-6005
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All dogs living in the Township of Langley must have a dog licence.

Required Information

When making application for a new dog licence, have the following information ready:

  • breed
  • dog name
  • gender
  • colour
  • veterinary certificate of neuter/spay
  • tattoo location (if applicable)

Obtaining a Dog Licence

New and renewal dog licences can be obtained at the following Township facilities:

Payment Methods

The following payment methods are accepted:

  • cash
  • cheque
  • debit card
  • American Express/MasterCard/Visa
  • online – renewals only

Annual Renewals

Click here to access the Townships secure online Dog Licences Renewal page.

Annual dog licence renewals are mailed to dog owners in November or December. If paid by February 1, there is a significant cost reduction as noted in the fee schedule below:

Paid by Feb 1 Cost after Feb 1
Spayed or neutered dog* $21 $31
Non-spayed or non-neutered dog $50 $60
65+ yrs owner of spayed or neutered dog* $14 $24
65+ yrs owner of non-spayed or neutered dog $29 $39

*proof of neuter/spay by means of a veterinary certificate is required for first time applications

More Information

Finance Division
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Business phone number (604)533-6005
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Country Canada
State/Province British Columbia
distance: 38 Kilometers
Address 20338 65 Avenue, Langley, BC V2Y, Canada
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