Animals

 
As of June 1, 2017, owners of pit bull-type dogs who have not completed the process to obtain a restricted right of possession can no longer receive this right for their dog in Brossard.


Compulsory License

Three different ways to obtain a cat or dog licence certificate :

• In person: at the Services Brossard counter in the lobby of city hall at 2001, boulevard de Rome.
• When a Ville de Brossard employee visits to read the water meter.
• By filling out the form. You will then need to attach a cheque, payable to Ville de Brossard, to the form and mail it to 2001, boulevard de Rome, Brossard (Québec) J4W 3K5. A tag will be sent to you by mail within a period of 10 working days.
 


Dead or Injured Animal

 
To inform us of the presence of a wounded animal or the carcass of a dead animal (dog, cat, skunk, marmot, birds, duck, turtle, etc.) contact Services Brossard at 450 923-6311 or services@brossard.ca.

In Brossard, citizen safety is our priority

Any animal that commits an act likely to threaten the safety of a person or an animal or that acts in a manner indicating that it may suffer from rabies, may be seized and confined at the pound. An expert will examine the animal and make recommendations that can go as far as euthanasia.

Witness to a situation endangering the health, safety and well-being of animals

If you feel that an unacceptable situation is occurring involving pets or livestock, call 1 844 ANIMAUX to communicate directly with a representative of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAPAQ). This line operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.