Services - Environment
There cannot be more than five animal by property, including two dogs and three cats.
Residents of farming areas can own up to five dogs per property.
During an outdoors walk outside the limits of your lawn, you are responsible of cleaning up behind your animal. Your animal must also be kept on a leash at all times.
On private unfenced lawns, dogs must be kept on a leash, or in an enclosure. Their barking must not affect neighbours.
The SPCA refuge Monani-Mo is conducting a dog census, going door-to-door to register and issue licenses for all dogs on our territory. They are identified by a badge and an identity card, upon request a letter signed by the Director General of the Municipality can be provided to you.
The fee for the dog license for the year 2020 is 25$. The SCPA refuge Monani-Mo accepts cash, debit and credit card payments.
This census will help with the application of section 13 of By-law 515, which states that "No person can keep a dog within the boundaries of the Municipality without first obtaining a licence from the municipality to that effect."
This operation not only updates the records of animals already registered, but also makes it possible to register all new dogs that reside on our territory.
If you find a dead or injured animal on Road 132, please communicate with the ministère des Transports at 450 829-2377.
You can rent a cage to catch an animal and relocate it on the territory. These cages are available at city hall. Contact us to reserve a cage.
If you have issues with beaver dykes, the Municipality can provide citizens living in a farming area with a trapping service. You only have to communicate with city hall.
If you find yourself in the presence of an animal behaving strangely, or that appears to be sick, you may be in front of an animal with rabies.
Do not touch the animal for any reason. You can contact Services Québec if it is a raccoon, a skunk, a fox, or a dead or disoriented bird. Click on http://www.rageduratonlaveur.g... or call the toll-free number 1 877 644-4545.
Bats are also more susceptible to have rabies. Click on the following link to learn more on how to catch a bat, risky situations and other useful information on bats and rabies. http://www.msss.gouv.qc.ca/en/
Just like you, we prefer a healthy environment, so here are a few tips to reduce your ecological footprint.