Off Leash Park Map - Locations and Boundaries Assembled through the magic of Google Maps, Dogs YYC has curated an interactive map of … Find an Off Leash Area!
We called it!Enough banging our heads on things. We have launched DOGS YYC!So excited to have you with us!This site endeavours to be the utility belt around the waist of every dog parent in Calgary. Here you will find locations to off leash areas, a business directory for dog and pet parents, a lost and found area (that we hope is not need a whole lot), an events calendar, and a membership registration where you can create brand new connections with other Calgary dog parents!This … [Read more...]
Whether you are required to license your dog or cat or not, it is always an immensely responsible idea to equip your dog or cat with some kind of distinguishing marking and some identification. Calgary does require your dogs and cats to be licensed by law, the rest is up to your imagination. Let's face it, you'd like someone other than Animal Services calling you to tell you they have your dog, right? If you had to choose.We just discovered Tags for Hope on Facebook this morning and we like … [Read more...]
Licensing your dog is mandatory under the Responsible Pet Ownership Bylaw Section 3(1). All dogs must be licensed at 3 months of age. Your dog's license can be ordered ONLINE via the City of Calgary website*!Looking at that little tag, you'd never think that it could do so much. For a whole $37, your dog has a much better chance being reunited with you if she gets lost. Much more so than if she's just chipped or tattooed. More still, the City can research and create better resources to keep … [Read more...]
Nearly all of us have thought or said those four words at some point in our lives. Or maybe you have a young son or daughter that said that. The squishy faces, the clumsiness, and the hiccups! Oh boy, the hiccups! Puppy hiccups are at the centre of everything good in the world. Who can resist?Not many of us, of course. Yet, what few of us realize is the cost and dedication that is required of us once puppy comes home.This post is not meant to stop you from getting a puppy - or adopting a … [Read more...]
Dogs YYC was launched in the fall of 2015 to be another hub for doggy lovin' information. Created by City of Calgary Volunteer Offleash Ambassador, Jim Higgins, Dogs YYC will work hard and collaborate with local businesses, other volunteers, doggy interest groups, and you, Calgary's doggy parents!One of the main focuses of Dogs YYC is education around the Responsible Pet Ownership Bylaw. Created in 2006, bylaw 23M2006 is intended to strike a balance between dogs, dog owners (parents), and - … [Read more...]