Dog licenses are used to reunite owners with lost dogs, ensure that essential annual vaccinations are completed. Dog licenses are issued yearly and are free, upon proof of vaccination.
Getting a Dog License
- Obtain proof of vaccination from your veterinarian
- Visit either The City of Selkirk Civic Offices or one of the local veterinary offices in Selkirk.
- City of Selkirk Civic Offices200 Eaton Avenue, Selkirk MB
- Either of the two local Veterinary Offices:
|Selkirk Animal Hospital
601 Christie Avenue, Selkirk MB
|Selkirk Veterinary Services
6 Wersch Street, Selkirk MB
Animal Control By-Laws
It is recommended that you become familiar with the Animal Control By-Laws of the City of Selkirk before obtaining an animal. You can find the Animal Control By-Laws here:
The first goal of our By-Law Enforcement Officers is to help residents avoid penalties by educating and working with our citizens. If you have any questions not answered by the By-Laws and information posted here feel free to ask us a question by submitting a CitizenSupport ticket or call us at (204) 785-4900.
Stray (at large) animals
If you see an animal that is not under a person’s control or is not being held in a secure enclosure (or fastened) please call our By-Law Enforcement officers at (204) 785-4924.
If you have an animal that has gone missing please call our By-Law Enforcement officers (204) 785-4900. We do have a dog pound located at 720 Sophia Street, but we require the public to call our By-Law Enforcement Officers if you have a missing/lost pet. We will gladly make arrangements to reunite owners with lost pets, while disrupting the animals as little as possible.