It is mandatory to register your dog every year. Losing a dog is a stressful experience for both the owner and the animal. A valid municipal dog tag helps to easily identify the lost dog and reunite it with its owner.


Each dog tag purchased before March 31 costs $30. After this date, the price of the tag is $54.

You can purchase a dog licence online by completing and submitting the proper form below. 

New Dog Licence Application Form 

Dog Licence Renewal Application Form

The dog tag will be mailed to you within 10 business days.

Benefits of a Dog Licence

A dog licence offers the following benefits to its owner:

  • Fewer worries when the animal is lost. Citizens are more likely to approach a stray dog when it is wearing a tag.
  • Staff will be able to contact the owner immediately when the dog is found.

What does a Dog Licence support?

Dog licences support:

  • Accommodation of lost and homeless dogs at the pound;
  • Adoption and foster care;
  • Medical care for injured and sick dogs at the pound;
  • Investigation of complaints about neglected, noisy or stray dogs.

Places of sale

Dog tags are also available at all times at the Client Service Centre at City Hall.

Until March 31, they can be purchased at the following locations:

  • Dépanneur Mon Voisin, 2155 Laval Street, Bourget;
  • Lamoureux Home Hardware, 2720 Laurier Street, Rockland (cash or cheque only);
  • Rona J. Lalonde et Fils, 903 Lacroix Road, Hammond.

For more information, contact 613-446-6022 or send an email to

Lost Dog?

All dogs found by our Municipal Law Enforcement officers are taken to the pound. They are housed and fed until they are reunited with their owners or placed for adoption.

When our agents find a dog, we publish its picture on this page and on the City of Clarence-Rockland's Facebook page. If you see your dog on this registry, you can call the Client Service Centre at 613-446-6022 to make arrangements to retrieve it. Impound fees will apply.

Follow them shovel in hand

Dog's feces pose a risk to public health, make outdoor activities unpleasant and pollute the environment. Help improve the public perception of dogs and dog owners - get into the habit of picking up your dog's feces and taking it home for disposal.