The City is conducting a review on dog behaviour and responsible dog ownership.
The City of Toronto is undertaking a review of Chapter 349, Animals to determine how the City can effectively balance, manage and address dog behaviour, owner responsibilities and public safety in the City of Toronto.
We invite you to complete this short, 10 minute survey. The results of this survey will be summarized and considered as part of the City's report to the Licensing and Standards Committee in Fall 2016.
Survey information will be collected until October 7, 2016.
Take this survey and have your say about responsible dog ownership and mitigating the risks of dangerous dogs in the City of Toronto.
September 14, 2016
Fees waived for older cats adopted in Toronto this weekend
The City of Toronto in partnership with Toronto Cat Rescue and PetSmart Charities is holding a pet adoption blitz during PetSmart Charities of Canada's National Adoption Weekend from September 16 to 18. Residents can go home with a cat more than eight years old without paying the usual $75 adoption fee.