Your cat or dog must be registered with the City of Kingston by March 31. Pet tags are free for first-time registrants of spayed or neutered animals.
“Responsible pet owners license their pets. The tags allow staff and the pound to identify your pet if it is found.” says Kim Leonard, manager, licensing and enforcement.
Need to register or renew pet tags? Go to <http://www.CityofKingston.ca/
Owners of previously licensed pets will have received renewal notices in the mail and can renew their licences online, by mail, email <mailto:licensing@
Those registering their pets for the first time can go to <http://www.CityofKingston.ca/
The City’s responsible pet ownership program offers:
– Vouchers for low-income families to spay/neuter their pets
– A trap/vaccinate/neuter/return program helps the City control the feral cat population
– Refunds equal to the discounted price of a tag, with proof (a receipt) that a pet has been spayed/neutered
– Identification of lost or found pets
– A free ride home for registered pets the first time the pet is lost, if the owner can be reached within a reasonable time. This saves owners pound fees.
– Discounts for owners registering three or more pets
More information about the responsible pet ownership program can be found at <http://www.CityofKingston.ca/