Book Your Appointment Online
You can request an appointment time to visit the Animal Care and Control Centre using one of our online forms.
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Pets bring a community to life and are an important part of many Edmonton families. Pet ownership is regulated under the Animal Licensing and Control Bylaw and the Animal Protection Act. The City of Edmonton's Animal Control Peace Officers works with pet owners to help ensure pets are a positive addition to the community. They also respond to animals in distress or animals that have been abandoned.
Information about what to do if you have lost a pet or if you have found a stray pet.
Pet ownership comes with significant commitments — to your pet, your family and your community.
Your cat's licence now includes a microchip. Call 311 to book an appointment.
The Barn Buddy Program is now accepting applications.
Pet licences are affordable, available online and ensure that the City can contact you if we find your pet.
Dog bites can happen for a lot of reasons.
Learn more about coyotes and how to avoid coyote-human conflict.
View the dogs, cats and small pets currently being held for safekeeping at the Animal Care & Control Centre* (ACCC).
*Please note: This is only a snapshot of the animals in ACCC's care. It does not reflect those animals that are in protective custody due to other circumstances, or those in foster care.
Purchase or renew your pet's licence online!