For pet owners
There can be much joy in owning a pet, however there are also responsibilities to consider when caring and looking after your pet. This page contains information about pet registration, microchipping and tips for choosing a pet to suit your home and family. There is also information about what to do if your animal is lost or if you find an animal, how to manage your dog's barking, the keeping of chickens in your backyard, and what you can do if you are impacted by someone else's pet.
Lost, found or impounded animals
Missing cat or dog? What do you do, who do you contact and where is the Pound?
Why dogs bark and how to manage them in different situations.
Information about responsible cat ownership, preventing your cat from wandering and keeping him/her confined at night and frequently asked questions and answers about cats.
Keeping of chickens
Information about keeping chickens in the backyard and what to do if you experience health or noise relates issues.
Dogs on beaches and exercise areas
Information about Eurobodalla beaches where dogs are allowed.
Owning a pet
Owning a pet can be great fun. It brings many rewards and pets can be a very important part of life.
Registration and microchipping
Microchipping and Registration is required by law and enables the return of animals to their owner.
Companion animals FAQs
Frequently asked questions about companion animals
Companion Animal Management Plan
The plan aims to encourage responsible pet ownership and management of pets to the benefit of pets, the pet owner, the broader community and the environment.
Local veterinary contacts
List of Local Veterinary contacts in Eurobodalla.
We prefer to share information with pet owners about their responsibilities rather than imposing fines. You can find out about your rights and responsibilities as a pet owner in these downloads:
We can help you
If you have any questions about animals or feedback to improve this information, please phone Council's Rangers:
- T: 02 4474 1019
- E: Council Rangers via our feedback form