Pet Licensing & Animal Services
COVID-19 Response: Outdoor Recreation
Parks, sports fields, trails, dog parks, tennis, pickleball and basketball courts, skate parks and public squares are open. Playgrounds re-open on Friday, June 12. To reduce your chances of being infected or spreading COVID-19, visitors must take some simple precautions and maintain a safe, two-metre physical distance away from others outside of their extended household group. Outdoor gatherings must not be with more than 30 people. Sports fields should not be used for group or organized sports or activities that put you in close contact with others.
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Purchase or renew your Pet License online or in person at City Hall, Saskatoon Animal Control Agency, Saskatoon SPCA or any participating pet license vendors.
Subsidized Spay & Neuter Program
The City of Saskatoon Subsidized Spay and Neuter Program (SSNP) provides financial assistance to low income pet owners to allow them to access discounted veterinary services to spay or neuter their pets.
Dog Parks can be a great place to get exercise and socialize. Enjoy some off-leash time with your dog at one of the City of Saskatoon Dog Parks.
For the purposes of public safety, the City of Saskatoon enforces rules around animal ownership, licensing and control. Find out more.
Good Dogs Bite Too
When most dogs bite they do so out of fear. It is important to recognize the warning signs dogs display when they are feeling anxious or fearful. Everyone can prevent dog bites from happening - including you! Prevention is key for a safe community.
Cats make great pets to have around the home. Every cat has a unique personality and quickly becomes a part of your family. While cats are typically known for being relatively low maintenance, there are a lot of things to consider to ensure they are at their happiest and healthiest.
Wildlife Management in Saskatoon including the numbers to call and levels of service.
Injured or Deceased Animals
Even the most caring and diligent pet owners can't always prevent the worst from happening. If you find an injured or deceased animal, please call the appropriate contact identified by Animal Services.