Municipal Animal Services offered by the SPCA Laurentides-Labelle
- Free call center, seven days a week, from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, at 1 866 960-SPCA (7722), with four phone lines available.
- Sale and distribution of licenses for cats and dogs for under contract with the SPCALL.
- Application of animal control municipal by-laws, where applicable. We have many years of experience in this field and work closely with the various constituents.
- Sheltering of errant or abandoned animals
- When an animal is found errant a first time, and is duly identified with a license for the current year, we will contact its owner to make sure he can retrieve the animal without spending for pick-up or sheltering fees, etc.
- We have a number of vehicles on the road. We will physically attend to complaints, follow-ups, localisation and pick-up of errant dogs, patrol and census.
- We apply all by-laws in an impartial way, trying to be an educational experience for all, always explaining, mediating in a respectful fashion.
- We will provide expert advice to guardians and neighbors faced with a problematic situation.
- If we receive a complaint for a deemed dangerous animal, we will proceed with a veterinarian assessment and behavioral assessment.
- We will loan trap-cages for the capture of feral cats, or for a fearful dog. A deposit is required when taking the material and refunded upon return.
- We offer ethical management of cats that cannot be adopted, through our Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) program.
- We are agents for the application of provincial laws and by-laws on the well-being of animals.
All of the above services are provided by a qualified and experienced team of people, always ready to help or answer questions you may have.
How to initiate a report
If you witness an aggravating situation in your neighbourhood such as an errant dog, excessive barking, aggressive behaviour, etc., or if you see an animal victim of negligence or cruelty:
You have to notify the SPCALL. Such reporting is confidential.
You can reach us, seven days a week, from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm at 819 326-4059 or toll free at 1 866 690-SPCA (7722).
For any emergency outside of our regular operating hours, please contact 911.
Ethical management of non-adoptable cats through our Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) program.
To learn more about this program, please click on this link. (In French only)