Cats used for the control of rodents on rural farms are exempt.
Licenses are available at the Municipal office at 100 Springfield Centre Drive in Oakbank, during regular business hours, proof of rabies shots, spayed or neutering may be required.
Lifetime licenses are FREE until December 31, 2021.
After December 31, 2021, fees will apply:
Any Breed $35.00 per dog OR cat to a maximum of $75.00 per household
Please note: over the age of 6 months requires a license.
The Municipality currently contracts the services of Rural Animal Management Services (RAMS) for all Animal Control By-Law enforcement matters. Please contact them directly with any concerns and/or complaints at (204) 223-5521 (monitored 24/7).
- Animals are held for approximately 3 to 7 days, before other alternatives are considered.
Lost and Found
Please call RAMS to report a lost or found dog cat or other animal. Contacts:
- Meghan Main
- Check out their Facebook page
- Dog Lifetime Tags – Dog Website Listing
- Cat Lifetime Tags - Cat Website Listing
Springfield Police Service:
Health of Animals (Federal):
Manitoba Agriculture, Food & Rural Initiatives (Dugald) :
Provincial Veterinarian’s Office :