Pet licences provide an important peace of mind for animal owners and an important identification tool for communities.
A pet licence is a simple way to give yourself and your pet the best chance of reuniting when something goes wrong, help keep communities safer and save pets’ lives. One of the better ways to manage pet licences is through DocuPet.
DocuPet is an advanced pet licensing program, encouraging pet licensing compliance while reducing municipal costs and providing new value to pet owners.
“The New Brunswick SPCA (NBSPCA) is the official pet licensing partner of DocuPet for the province of New Brunswick. When your lost pet ends up in animal shelters, those with DocuPet licence tags get home faster, opening up shelter space for animals that truly need it. Licence fees also help support the critical animal protection initiatives of the NBSPCA,” said Lesley Rogers, executive director.
Some Docupet features are:
As soon as DocuPet receives your lost pet alert or you call their 24⁄7 hotline, they get to work on finding your pet by collaborating with Facebook groups, local animal shelters and other animal service providers in the area. The Lost Pet Report is also sent to the DocuPet members in your community.
A valid licence not only protects our own pets but also supports our local animal shelters and the animals in their care. To know more about how DocuPet has made pet licensing easy and valuable for every pet owner, log on to their website – www.docupet.com
About the New Brunswick SPCA
Founded in 1881, New Brunswick SPCA (NBSCPA) is the only province-wide organization mandated to enforce animal protection laws. A dedicated team of 15 Animal Protection Officers is vested with the authority under the SPCA Act of New Brunswick to investigate and, if necessary, lay charges, seize animals, or recommend court orders to persons suspected of abuse and cruelty to animals.
The NBSPCA is a registered charity that exists to provide province-wide leadership in the humane treatment of animals. We enforce relevant legislation, ensure shelter for neglected or abused domesticated animals and agricultural animals, and provide public education and advocacy to empower New Brunswickers to help animals live long and healthy lives.
To learn more visit nbspca.ca