How to make a complaint
If you wish to make a complaint after reading the information on this website, use either the Contact us page with Animals selected in the Type of complaint field or phone Council on (08) 8416 6333.
Persistent barking in dogs can cause conflict between neighbours and usually indicate a problem with the dog.
Find out how to prevent persistent barking and avoid conflict.
Owners are responsible for their dogs and must maintain reasonable control to prevent attacks or bites.
Council will take action in the event of a dog attack.
Learn what to do in the event of a dog attack.
Controlling your dog
Dog owners must make sure that reasonable control is kept at all times. There are some measures that can be taken to make sure dogs do not have opportunities to get into trouble.
Find out about controlling your dog.
If your dog is missing or if you find a lost or abandoned dog, we can help.
Find out what to do about a missing, lost or abandoned dog.
Cats in the neighbourhood
Cats roaming the neighbourhood can be a problem for other people.
Find out how you can avoid conflict over your cat and how to deal with nuisance cats.
Foxes are attracted to food sources in urban areas.
Find out more information on how to deter foxes.