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SPCANB the dog control officers dealing with cases such as stray dogs, stray dogs (leash), dogs that disturb the neighborhood by their barking dogs that bite, etc.
If you lose your dog, you should use the « Directory of dogs found » tool (Search Found Dogs) on our website and call the SPCA shelter your area. Be prepared to provide a detailed description of your dog and give information about where you lost it. Your local radio station could possibly agree to make an announcement. Remember that after 48 hours, a dog found running at large and brought to the pound becomes the property of the SPCANB and may be adopted by another family.
Each dog picked, rural dog control officers put a notice about the dog to the office of the Department of Environment and Local Government in the area where the dog was found. They also add a dog to the list of dogs found the website SPCANB. You should also contact animal shelters in your area.
When a stray dog is picked up and that we do not know who is the owner, we immediately provides veterinary care for the dog, if he has necessary, and it is housed in a shelter for animals or partner kennel SPCANB. Rural dog control officers put a notice about the dog to the office of the Department of Environment and Local Government in the area where the dog was found. They also add a dog to the list of dogs found the website SPCANB. Under provincial regulations pertaining to dogs, if the dog is not claimed within 72 hours, the dog becomes the property of the SPCANB. Through our partnerships, dogs are usually supported by a local shelter and put up for adoption.