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City of Yellowknife Seeking New Provider for Dog Pound Services

The City of Yellowknife is making a change to their dog pound services and their provider.

Coming into effect on June 1st, the Great Slave Animal Hospital will no longer be providing their dog impound services. This means that dogs who are impounded by the city’s Municipal Enforcement Division will no longer be held by the GSAH, and they will also no longer be offering City dog licensing.

Work is already underway to find a new provider for these services. The City is inviting any qualified organizations to submit a proposal to take on these responsibilities, and will be accepting applications until Thursday, May 23rd.

Once a replacement has been found, the City will inform residents of the change, as well as information on what to do should they encounter a loose dog, and where they can go to find the dogs that have already been impounded.

Any group that would like to apply to take on these services can do so by clicking here.

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