Bylaw Services enforces the Animal Control Bylaw and operates the City of Whitehorse Animal Shelter located at 9032 Quartz Road.
The Animal Control Bylaw establishes standards for the provision of needs, provides for dog and cat licenses, and regulates the number of animals allowed in the various subdivision areas of the city.
Licensing Your Animal
Dogs and cats are required to be licensed within the City of Whitehorse. You can obtain a licence at the following location:
2121 Second Avenue
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday to Friday (excluding Statutory Holidays)
Lifetime tag $27.50 (animal is spayed or neutered)
Yearly tag $50 (animal has not been spayed or neutered)
Animals with yearly tags must be renewed at the beginning of each calendar year. If your animal is microchipped and spayed or neutered then your Lifetime tag is free.
Please remember to bring proof of spay/neuter, vaccinations and microchip if you have it when purchasing the license.
Animals currently at the City of Whitehorse Animal Shelter
Found October 15, 2021 in the McIntyre area
Please note: if there are no pictures, then there are no animals at the shelter.
When applicable, some of the animals may be available for adoption. Call us to add your name to our adoption list.
Lost your animal? Call Bylaw Services at 668-8317 and check our lost and found.
For Animal Control complaints please call the City of Whitehorse trouble line at 667-2111.