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Pound Register


DOG male black terrier X, black webbed collar

Identification : NIL

Location Found : Darlington

Date Impounded : Sunday, October 19, 2014

DOG female sable terrier X, blue webbed collar

Identification : NIL

Location Found : Darlington

Date Impounded : Sunday, October 19, 2014

DOG entire male tan/white catahoula

Identification : microchip

Location Found : Parkerville

Date Impounded : Wednesday, October 22, 2014

DOG entire male black/tan/white collie X

Identification : Microchip and Dowerin reg tag

Location Found : Glen Forrest

Date Impounded : Thursday, October 23, 2014

Is Your Pet in the Pound ?

 

Dogs

 
What To Do When You Have Lost Your Dog

  • Don't just wait for it to come back. It may be in the pound, it may be injured or it may be in someone's backyard.
  • Check around your neighbourhood. Go to the places that you think your dog may visit, such as the park or nearby bush land. Check local shopping centres and schools.
  • Contact the Mundaring Ranger Service as soon as possible to see if your dog has been impounded.
  • Check local Veterinarians.
  • Advertise in the local paper. Put up notices on shopping centre notice boards or put notices in letterboxes. Give a description of your dog and your name, address, and telephone number. Offer a reward.

 

Cats

What To Do When You Have Lost Your Cat

  • Don't just wait for it to come back. It may be in the pound, it may be injured or it may be in someone's backyard.
  • Check around your neighbourhood. Go to the places that the cat visits, such as the park, nearby bush land or your neighbours shed. Check local shopping centres and schools.

  • Contact the Mundaring Ranger Service as soon as possible to see if the cat has been impounded.
  • Check Animal Shelters and local Veterinarians.
  • Advertise in the paper or on the radio. Put up notices on shopping centre notice boards or put notices in letterboxes. Give a description of cat and your name, address, and telephone number. Offer a reward.
  • Sunrise is a good time to look for your cat, as this is when it is more likely to be on the move.
  • Cats may wander a long way. Notify neighbouring Councils and Veterinarians. If you have moved recently, your cat might try to return to your former address.
  • Keep looking for several weeks. Sometimes people find a cat and don't report it to the Rangers straight away, as they are worried that the cat might be destroyed.
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The Shire is required to keep a cat for at least 72 hours before disposing of it.



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