On July 6th, during its public meeting, the Vaudreuil-Dorion municipal council adopted a resolution for the implementation of a subsidy program relating to the permanent identification of dogs on its territory. The City is therefore offering a reimbursement of $ 10 to citizens who own dogs for the implantation of their animal’s microchip by a locally established veterinarian.
This subsidy is part of the context which the municipal council adopted, on May 19th, Complementary By-law concerning dogs (By-law no. 1771), which provides, among other things, that the guardian of a dog over three months old must proceed to its permanent identification using a microchip. The grant application form can be obtained from the City’s website. Note that various documents must be provided with the completed form to the Permits and Inspections Division. It should also be noted that the financial assistance takes effect retroactively when Regulation No. 1771 came into force on May 20th, 2020 and ends no later than June 30th, 2021 subject to available funds.