Notice to All Dog Owners

 In Community

 All dogs over the age of four months residing in the District of Invermere require an annual dog license, from January 1st to December 31st. Licensing allows Dog Control to contact you as soon as possible if your dog has been impounded or if the dog has been injured. 

If you live within the District of Invermere and own a dog, please drop by the municipal office at your earliest convenience to purchase a dog tag. Office hours are 8:30 – 4:30 Monday – Friday and payment can be made by cash, cheque, or debit. 



We encourage all dog owners to have their dogs spayed or neutered to assist in promoting the health of your animal and to minimize the potential for unwanted pups in the community. As an incentive to spay or neuter your dog, the various license and impound fees for spayed or neutered animals are less than if your animal is not spayed or neutered. 

For dog control issues within the municipality, please contact our Dog Control Officer at 250-342-1707. 

As we now know, plastic is not so fantastic. Up to a trillion plastic bags per year are used around the world. While most of them go to landfill sites where, scientists estimate, takes up to 1,000 years to break down, millions still end up in waterways, trees, and in our oceans where it eventually ends up in stomachs of fish and birds. We encourage you to use biodegradable dog waste bags, which are available at various sites throughout town. 

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