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Dog Control

The Regional District of Central Okanagan provides dog control services to Peachland and throughout the regional district. Up-to-date information regarding the service is always accessible Here.

An explanation of the services provided; a Guide to Responsible Dog Ownership in the Regional District; Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs); Licensing requirements; How to make a complaint or Report a lost or found dog and links to many other resources can be accessed at that website.


How do I report a problem dog in my neighborhood?

  • Call the Regional District Dog Control at 250.469.6284 7 days a week
  • If you wish to make a complaint about a dog in your neighbourhood you may contact the Regional District of Central Okanagan Office from 9 am to 5 pm at 250-469-6284 or email The emergency contact number is 250-979-0925.
  • or check out the information on the Regional District website.
How do I acquire a dog license ?
  • Come to the Municipal Office at 5806 Beach Avenue and fill out the Dog Licensing Registration Form.
  • If your dog has been spayed or neutered bring proof.
  • Up-to-date information regarding licensing is always accessible Here.
Where can I obtain a copy of the Regional District Dog Control Bylaw 366?
    The Municipal Office has copies of this Bylaw available free of charge. This Bylaw explains all aspects of dog ownership.
Are dogs allowed on the beach?
    Dogs are only allowed at 'Doggy Beach' which is located at the boat launch at the bottom of Princeton Avenue or at Doggy Beach between the 6th Street boat dock across from the 50+ center and up Beach Avenue to the next wharf (Strachans corner). You may walk your dog along Beach Avenue. Don't forget your pooper scooper!