Uxbridge Scugog Animal Control
**The Uxbridge-Scugog Animal Shelter is now OPEN on Saturdays**
Animal Control ensures a safe and healthy environment for residents and animals in the community.
The Township of Scugog, in conjunction with the Township of Uxbridge, collectively partner a joint Animal Control program for domestic animals (dogs and cats). The shelter is located at 1360 Reach Street in the Township of Scugog and is open from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday and from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon on Saturdays.
Animal Control enforces the Animal Control By-Law including animals at large, vicious attacks and barking dog complaints.
To report animal control concerns please click here to access the Animal Control Formal Complaint Report. Should you require additional information contact Animal Control at 905 985 9547 or via the Contact us section at the bottom of this page.
New Animal Shelter for Uxbridge-Scugog
About the New Animal Shelter for Uxbridge-Scugog
The New Animal Shelter for Uxbridge-Scugog is a designated charitable organization (registration number 85317 3300 RR0001) created by a volunteer group of concerned citizens to build a new facility to replace the outdated and inadequate existing shelter. The goal is to raise the estimated $1 million needed to fund the new shelter, scheduled to open in 2015 at 5500 Lakeridge Road. Visit www.animal-shelter.ca for more information on the organization, volunteer opportunities and to make a donation online.
The Board of Directors for the New Animal Shelter for Uxbridge-Scugog has been formed in response to the increasing needs of Scugog and Uxbridge Townships and to the deteriorating state of the current shelter building. It is the mission of this not-for-profit, charitable organization to raise funds to support the development of a new shelter; create communications and community awareness around this important initiative; and to coordinate the actual construction process utilizing the combined efforts of community-based volunteers and paid professionals.
Please visit www.animal-shelter.ca for more information.