If you find a stray dog please contact us. You will be asked for your name and address details, a contact telephone number and a description and location of the dog. We will check these details against any reports we have received about lost dogs.
If you find a stray dog outside office hours:
If you've lost your dog, you can email us and leave details. If the dog is surrendered to the pound/reported by another person who found it then we will endeavor to contact you. The best way to guarantee being reunited with your dog is to have them microchipped. It is a legal requirement for all dogs to be microchipped and to wear a collar with an identity tag, bearing the name and address of the owner, whilst in a public place. A phone number is also helpful in helping a person who has found a stray to repatriate it with their owner without the council having to become involved.
Note Fees apply when reclaiming your dog from the Pound.
It is a legal requirement for all dogs to be chipped, wear a collar and identity tag whilst out in public, bearing the name and address of the owner. A phone number is also helpful in enabling anybody finding a stray to repatriate it with the owner without the council having to become involved.
You can also report stray or lost dogs through our dedicated email address: email@example.com