Dog Tag Licensing
Beginning in 2018
For your convenience, dog tags can be purchased securely on-line by clicking on the
Dog Tag Licensing Online Registration form. Complete all of the required fields as indicated on the form. Online transactions will receive a receipt by way of email to the address provided on the form. Tags purchased on-line will be mailed out to the address provided on the form.
Similar to the past you will be required to renew your license each year, all tags expire on December 31st of the year in which it was purchased. As part of the renewal process you will no longer receive a new tag each year, the tag and the serial number will remain the same year to year. The dog tag is non-transferable, if the ownership of the dog changes or a new dog is acquired, a new tag must be purchased.
Email reminders will be sent out throughout the year to remind all dog owners of the current legislation, any proposed changes and to remind all dog owners of the renewal process.
Dog Licensing Fees
(Maximum of three (3) dogs per household)
- For One (1) dog (male or female)
- For One (1) dog (spayed or neutered)
- For One (1) dog (spayed or neutered and micro-chipped)
- Replacement dog tag
- For One (1) dangerous dog
**An additional $10.00 fee shall apply to every dog license purchased on or after March 1st. The additional fee shall not apply to new residents for the year in which they moved to the Township or for a new dog(s) acquired on or after March 1st.
To purchase a tag in person please visit one of the vendors listed below.
|Township of Oro-Medonte Administration Centre||148 Line 7 South Oro-Medonte|
|Heartland Kennels||336 Line 5 North Oro-Medonte|
Who Do I call?
If you find a lost or stray dog or have a canine related concern please call the Municipal Law Enforcement Division at 705-487-2171. Lost and stray dogs will be held at Heartland Kennels 336 Line 5 North, Oro-Medonte. Please note the Township of Oro-Medonte only handles canine related animal concerns. All wildlife related concerns can be directed to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry at (800) 667-1940.