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It is recommended that you register your dog on the Register list of Dogs and Owners and obtain an identification tag for your pet.
Please note that tag is only available for dogs. There is no identification-tag for cats or any other pets.
When your dog disappears, the Register list can greatly facilitate the search and tracking of your pet by the Officer of animal control and the police department.
It is important to know that a dog identification-tag is valid for the lifetime of the animal and also free for the citizen of Deux-Montagnes.
For more information, contact the Public Works Department at 450 473-2796 option 1, during the opening hours :
Monday to Thursday from 8 a.m. to noon and from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
and Fridays from 8 a.m. to noon only.
The services provided by the Animal Control Officer are complementary with the Register list of Dogs and Owners available to the Public Works Department.
If you need the services provided by the Animal Control Officer, please call directly at 450 974-0462. Please note that fees may be applied to the person who requests the capture of an animal.
If you find a pet that is sick, injured or dead, contact the Régie de police du Lac des Deux-Montagnes at 450 974-5300 to request a non-urgent visit of a Police Officer.
Note that it is prohibited to capture, relocate or kill wildlife. They are protected under the Act respecting the conservation and development of wildlife. This Act stipulates in chapter 67 that anyone may kill or capture an animal that causes damage to property or relocated a wild animal for public interest purposes, except under conditions determined by regulation of the Minister.
Wild animals, such as white-tailed deer, raccoons, foxes or skunks, are therefore under the responsibility of the Ministère des Forêts, de la Faune et des Parcs (MFFP).
For more information, contact:
Ministère de la Faune – Bureau local de Saint-Jérôme
999, rue Nobel, local 1.50B
Saint-Jérôme (Québec) J7Z 7A3
Phone: 450 569-7568
Fax: 450 569-7568
| Act respecting the conservation and development of wildlife.
Section V – Regarding the animal capture, keeping and sale of animals, fish and pelts
Chapter 67: No person nor anyone lending him assistance may kill or capture an animal attacking him or causing damage to his property or property under his care or maintenance unless he is unable to frighten the animal away or prevent it from causing damage.
No person may kill or capture an animal that causes damage to property or must be moved in the public interest, except on the conditions determined by regulation of the Minister.
1983, c. 39, s. 67; 1988, c. 24, s. 3; 2009, c. 49, s. 10.