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Dogs

A dog owner must obtain an identification tag from City Hall. The annual cost of the tag is $25 per dog. At the time of registration, the owner must provide proof of vaccination against rabies.

A dog owner must:

  • ensure that the dog wears his tag
  • keep the dog on his property
  • keep the dog on a leash (maximum length: 7 feet) at all times when
    outside an enclosed area
  • immediately pick up dog droppings and dispose of them in a sanitary manner
  • ensure that the dog does not disturb the peace (barking), or damage the property of others

An owner of a so-called “guard dog” must post, in plain view, a pictogram at the main entrances to his residence and yard, reporting the presence of a “guard dog”, which is any dog trained as a guard dog or to protect property through aggressive behaviour.

If you have lost your dog without identification, Contrôle Animal Vaudreuil-Soulanges, the company that takes care of stray animals in Dorval, can be reached at 450 510-1508

Dog run

Dogs are welcome in the fenced dog runs located at Bourke Park (on Bourke Avenue, alongside Highway 20), where they can run free and play to their hearts’ content, in pleasant and safe surroundings. Here are a few basic rules of etiquette relating to the use and care of this park:

  • Dogs must be on a leash before entering and when leaving the dog run.
  • Dog owners must keep their pets under control at all times. Pets must never be left unattended.
  • Dog owners must ensure that their animal’s waste is picked up and disposed of in the on-site containers.
  • For the sake of all concerned, all park users should refrain from making unnecessary noises (such as shouting or whistling for their pets), especially in the early morning and late evening.
  • Dorval’s dog run is for the exclusive use of Dorval residents.

Because the dog run is located near residential areas, special consideration must be given to ensure that surrounding neighbours are not inconvenienced by users of the facilities.

Information: 514 633-4046


To consult the integral version of the by-law concerning animal control, please click here. (PDF - 26 KB) 

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THE CITY

Dogs

A dog owner must obtain an identification tag from City Hall. The annual cost of the tag is $25 per dog. At the time of registration, the owner must provide proof of vaccination against rabies.

A dog owner must:

  • ensure that the dog wears his tag
  • keep the dog on his property
  • keep the dog on a leash (maximum length: 7 feet) at all times when
    outside an enclosed area
  • immediately pick up dog droppings and dispose of them in a sanitary manner
  • ensure that the dog does not disturb the peace (barking), or damage the property of others

An owner of a so-called “guard dog” must post, in plain view, a pictogram at the main entrances to his residence and yard, reporting the presence of a “guard dog”, which is any dog trained as a guard dog or to protect property through aggressive behaviour.

If you have lost your dog without identification, Contrôle Animal Vaudreuil-Soulanges, the company that takes care of stray animals in Dorval, can be reached at 450 510-1508

Dog run

Dogs are welcome in the fenced dog runs located at Bourke Park (on Bourke Avenue, alongside Highway 20), where they can run free and play to their hearts’ content, in pleasant and safe surroundings. Here are a few basic rules of etiquette relating to the use and care of this park:

  • Dogs must be on a leash before entering and when leaving the dog run.
  • Dog owners must keep their pets under control at all times. Pets must never be left unattended.
  • Dog owners must ensure that their animal’s waste is picked up and disposed of in the on-site containers.
  • For the sake of all concerned, all park users should refrain from making unnecessary noises (such as shouting or whistling for their pets), especially in the early morning and late evening.
  • Dorval’s dog run is for the exclusive use of Dorval residents.

Because the dog run is located near residential areas, special consideration must be given to ensure that surrounding neighbours are not inconvenienced by users of the facilities.

Information: 514 633-4046


To consult the integral version of the by-law concerning animal control, please click here. (PDF - 26 KB) 

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Message from the Mayor
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Mission and Values of the City
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Municipal By-Laws
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Dogs

A dog owner must obtain an identification tag from City Hall. The annual cost of the tag is $25 per dog. At the time of registration, the owner must provide proof of vaccination against rabies.

A dog owner must:

  • ensure that the dog wears his tag
  • keep the dog on his property
  • keep the dog on a leash (maximum length: 7 feet) at all times when
    outside an enclosed area
  • immediately pick up dog droppings and dispose of them in a sanitary manner
  • ensure that the dog does not disturb the peace (barking), or damage the property of others

An owner of a so-called “guard dog” must post, in plain view, a pictogram at the main entrances to his residence and yard, reporting the presence of a “guard dog”, which is any dog trained as a guard dog or to protect property through aggressive behaviour.

If you have lost your dog without identification, Contrôle Animal Vaudreuil-Soulanges, the company that takes care of stray animals in Dorval, can be reached at 450 510-1508

Dog run

Dogs are welcome in the fenced dog runs located at Bourke Park (on Bourke Avenue, alongside Highway 20), where they can run free and play to their hearts’ content, in pleasant and safe surroundings. Here are a few basic rules of etiquette relating to the use and care of this park:

  • Dogs must be on a leash before entering and when leaving the dog run.
  • Dog owners must keep their pets under control at all times. Pets must never be left unattended.
  • Dog owners must ensure that their animal’s waste is picked up and disposed of in the on-site containers.
  • For the sake of all concerned, all park users should refrain from making unnecessary noises (such as shouting or whistling for their pets), especially in the early morning and late evening.
  • Dorval’s dog run is for the exclusive use of Dorval residents.

Because the dog run is located near residential areas, special consideration must be given to ensure that surrounding neighbours are not inconvenienced by users of the facilities.

Information: 514 633-4046


To consult the integral version of the by-law concerning animal control, please click here. (PDF - 26 KB) 

Administrative Structure
Administrative Structure
City Profile
City Profile
Committees of the Council
Committees of the Council
Council Meetings
Council Meetings
Council Members
Council Members
Electoral Districts
Electoral Districts
Fact Sheets
Fact Sheets
History
History
Maps
Maps
Message from the Mayor
Message from the Mayor
Mission and Values of the City
Mission and Values of the City
Municipal By-Laws
Municipal By-Laws
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