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Animal/Pest Control

Animals within City Limits - Contact Numbers

There are a number of wild and domestic animals that can be encountered within the City limits. This document lists the agencies that should be contacted if these animals are encountered.

Clean-up of Animal Feces
It is the responsibility of a pet owner to clean-up after his/her pet. If a dog or cat defecates on any public or private property other than the property of its owner, the owner of the dog or cat shall remove the defecation immediately. Please see section 14 of the Responsible Pet Ownership Bylaw for more details. Fines range from $75 to $275.

Responsible Pet Ownership Bylaw

The purpose of this Bylaw is to encourage a safe, healthy, vibrant community for citizens and their pets within The City of Prince Albert,

Dangerous Animals Bylaw

Animal Control Violations

There are a number of laws in place to control domestic animals within the City. This document sets out the penalties for non-conformity with the Responsible Pet Ownership Bylaw. If you would like to report a violation, please contact the Prince Albert SPCA at (306) 981-6115.

Pet Licenses
Pet licensing is an important way for pet owners to maintain the safety and security of their pets. By licensing your pet, bylaw enforcement officers and the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) staff can easily find pet owners and return pets to their homes.

Skunk Removal Program

The City of Prince Albert  will operate a Skunk Removal Program Monday to Friday8:00 a.m. - 4:45 p.m. Skunk trapping and removal services will be offered only from August to April annually. Homeowners are responsible for contacting Community Services at 306-953-4800 for skunk removal services.

Pest management will only be offered to residents that find a Skunk Den on their property. If there is no den site present, the City will not provide trapping services. Once the address is approved, property owners will be entitled to the initial set up of a skunk trap, removal of the trap, and skunk disposal services provided by a contracted Pest Management company.

The homeowner is responsible for checking the traps daily and reporting their sightings to either the Pest Management company or the Community Services Department. Note that multiple trappings and trap resetting must be approved by the Community Services Department. Any additional costs beyond the services listed above will be at the responsibility of the property owner.

Tethering-out of Certain Animals Bylaw

Prince Albert SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals)

Visit the Prince Albert SPCA for information on adopting a pet, volunteering, donating and other programs and services offered.

Community Services Department
City of Prince Albert
1084 Central Avenue
Prince Albert, SK
S6V 7P3

Phone:  306.953.4800
Fax:  306.953.4915



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