Learn about dog licensing in Langley City, including registering, renewing a license, or replacing lost tags.
Every Langley City dog over the age of 6 months must have a valid licence. As a pet owner, it's your responsibility to buy an annual dog licence per the City's Animal Control Bylaw, 2006, No. 2622.
The City provides a branded dog tag with a licence number, which must remain fastened to your pet's collar at all times. If your dog is found unlicensed, you'll be issued a ticket and potentially other penalties as described in the bylaw.
Langley City has a limit of 2 dogs per household. Proof of spaying or neutering may be required.
Dog Licenses are payable on January 31 of every year. Dog License Renewal Forms are mailed every year in December to owners of dogs on record and fees may be paid on or before February 1, at a lower rate. ALL FEES INCREASE EFFECTIVE February 2. Failure to obtain a dog license is a contravention of the City of Langley Animal Control Bylaw, 2006, No. 2622.
Online: Credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express)
Cheque (24 hour drop box or by mail, both at/to the address below):
Langley City Hall, 20399 Douglas Crescent, Langley BC V3A 4B3
Payable to City of Langley
Postdated to February 1 is accepted
Cheques returned by your financial institution are subject to a service charge.
LAPS: Online or by phone at 604-857-5055
To be eligible for a discount, the following must be met:
- purchase license on or before February 1
- all prior year balances must be paid
|Dog License Category||Paid on or Before February 1||Paid after February 1|
|Spayed or neutered dog||$39.00||$50.00|
|Non-spayed or non-neutered dog||$78.00||$100.00|
|Owner of spayed or neutered dog is a senior*||$22.00||$50.00|
|Owners of non-spayed or non-neutered dog is a senior*||$39.00||$100.00|
|Working dog used to assist disabled (require supporting documents)||$10.00||$10.00|
|Fine for unlicensed dog||$200.00||$200.00|
65 years or older*
Click the link for information on all other requests for non-emergency services such as barking dogs, unlicensed dogs, lost, stolen or stray pets.