2006 Dog and Cat Registrations Can Be Purchased At Pet Palace

Lisa Froemmel, owner of Pet Palace urges her customers to pick up their 2006 Dog and Cat registration tags before the end of January. After January 31 it will cost $10 more to get the tag so if you own a dog or cat, it simply makes sense to register early.

This is the 3rd year that Pet Palace has been taking registrations.

"We are glad to provide this service to the community," explained Lisa. "It is much more convenient for a person to drop in and pick up the license when you come by to pick up your pet supplies, or if you are in the mall for any other reason."

It only takes a few minutes to fill out the form and there is no identification necessary.

Under the current City of Greater Sudbury Animal Control Bylaw, each household is limited to a maximum of two dogs or a combined total of four cats and dogs. It is estimated that one third of all pets will be lost at least once in their lifetime, but if they're wearing a valid registration tag, the City of Greater Sudbury will give them a free ride home the first time they are caught roaming. However, if your pet doesn't have a tag, the fine is $105.


bulletIf you register before January 31, 2006, the regular fee is $30 for each cat or dog. Seniors can register for $15;
bulletIf your cat or dog is spayed or neutered, the fee is only $15;
bulletAfter January 31, a $10 late fee is added to the above rates.
bulletDogs or cats acquired after January 31 do not have to pay the late fee.

If you have any questions about registering your pets, simply call Pet Palace at 969-7383.


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