Animal Control

On Tuesday, June 13, the City of Burlington will host a public information meeting about living with coyotes in the community. Members of council as well at the local MPP and a representative from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry will be in attendance to share information and discuss: What to do if you …

City hosts meeting about coyotes in the community June 13 Read More »

The City of Burlington Animal Shelter invites all cat and dog owners to attend its low-cost microchip clinic on: Date: Sat., April 2, 2016 Time: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Location: Burlington Animal Shelter, 2424 Industrial St. Cost: $30 per pet (cash only) A microchip is an easy, inexpensive way to ensure owners can be …

Get a $30 microchip for your dog or cat at April 2 clinic Read More »

Residents can do your part to keep coyotes out of neighbourhoods by depriving them of an easy food source. Here are two steps you can take: Replace Old Green Bin Replace old green bins used for food waste that may not close properly, which makes it easy for critters and coyotes to get to the …

Help keep coyotes away with new green bin Read More »

Development and Infrastructure Committee Meeting Date: September 14, 2015 Time: 6:30 PM Location: Council Chambers, Level 2, City Hall City staff are recommending that council amend the city’s Animal Control bylaw to prohibit feeding of wildlife in public parks, except in a designated area, as one way to control the coyote population. An example of a designated …

Staff proposes ban on wildlife feeding (Sept. 14) Read More »