shutterstock_3444273_dog_(1).jpgWe recognise that pets play an important role in the day to day lives of many people. We actively seek new and innovative ways to support pet owners and promote the health and social benefits of responsible pet ownership.

Both our Domestic Animal Management Plan 2017-2021 (PDF 2.6MB) and Local Law No 1 Neighbourhood Amenity 2012 (PDF 1MB) assists the community with responsible pet ownership. They also helps us achieve a professional, consistent and proactive approach to domestic animal management practices within the local area.

Domestic Animal Management

The Domestic Animal Management Plan aims to help the community with responsible pet ownership

Injured or Orphaned Wildlife

Injured or orphaned wildlife can be reported to Wildlife Victoria the number is 13 000 94535

Lost & Found Animals

Have you lost or found a pet? We may be able to assist you.

Nuisance cats and dogs

How can Council help if you are having trouble with barking dogs or wandering cats

Pet Registration & Microchipping

Registration forms, how to register and microchip your pet, excess animal permits and restricted breed information.

Responsible Pet Ownership

Helpful information about choosing a pet and dog barking

Where Can I Walk My Dog?

You and your dogs can enjoy the beaches, designated off leash areas and protect wildlife at the same time.

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