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Dogs and problem dogs

Dog fouling

If you spot dog fouling in a public place or spot someone not cleaning up after their dog, please report it to us. Reporting dog fouling online is helpful for us to be able to target our patrols. Please provide times of day and who might be allowing their dog to foul, if known. All reports of dog fouling are treated confidentially.

Report a stray dog

What to do if you find a stray dog.

Dangerous dogs

Any dog has the potential to be dangerous, especially around very small children. Dogs should always be supervised. It is against the law to let a dog be dangerously out of control.

Missing dog or pet

There are a number of things that you can do which may help you find your missing pet, which are detailed on this page.

Report excessive dog barking

View information on excessive dog barking and how to report it.

Unwanted dogs

We not not offer a re-homing service. If this is something you are considering you should contact the Dogs Trust or RSPCA.

Get your dog micro chipped

it is no compulsory for every dog to have an up to date microchip.

Dog Control Orders

We currently have a Dog Control Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) in place to tackle problematic dog behaviour across the borough, this replaces the previously known Dog Control Order (DCOs)

Dog breeding premises licence

You must have a dog breeding licence if either; you run a business that breeds and sells dogs or if you breed 5 or more litters in a year and sell any of the puppies. It is an offence to keep a breeding establishment for dogs without an appropriate license

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