Dangerous Dogs

What is a Dangerous Dog?

TNRD Bylaw No. 2383 defines a dangerous dog as “any dog that has killed or seriously injured a person, has killed or seriously injured a domestic animal in a public place or while on private property, other than property owned or occupied by the person responsible for the dog, or an Animal Control Officer has reasonable grounds to believe is likely to kill or seriously injure a person.”

The TNRD does not provide enforcement and control for dogs at large. 

Register a Complaint

 If you live in one of the Dangerous Dog Control Service Areas, you can report a complaint here.

Dangerous Dog Complaint

Contact Information

Your Name
Your Name
First
Last
Your Address
Your Address
Community Name
Province
Postal
Note: Electoral Areas B, E and L do not participate in Dangerous Dog Control service in the TNRD. To find which Electoral Area you are in, click here.

Incident Information

Time of Incident
:
Please be specific and provide an address or location of where the incident occured
Please provide as much detail as possible

Dog Information

Is the:

Other Additional Information

Description of Injuries

If a human sustained injury, have you obtained:
If a dog sustained injury, have you obtained:

Related:

Contact

Operations Department
Alex Arav, Animal Control Officer
250-828-9650
Toll Free: 1-877-377-8673

Links

Dangerous Dog Control Bylaw No. 2383
https://tnrd.civicweb.net/filepro/documents/204612

Dangerous Dog Control Bylaw No. 2379 (Consolidated for Convenience)
https://tnrd.civicweb.net/filepro/documents/204696

Dangerous Dog Control Bylaw No. 2659
https://tnrd.civicweb.net/bylaw2659

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