Education and Incentives

Council, throughout the year, promotes responsible pet ownership by running the following programs:

  1. Subsidised de-sexing, microchipping and vaccination program for low income pet owners.
    So far, in the 4 years the program has been running, Council has assisted in vaccinating, de-sexing and microchipping over 400 animals.
  2. Visiting local schools and community services clubs.
    Council’s Senior Ranger visits local primary schools with a view to encourage responsible attitudes towards all animals.  This is achieved through an informal educational program held over an hour.  Council’s Ranger also speaks at community service club meetings.

The above programs assist Council in controlling the number of abandoned, unwanted, and stray pets which end up being left at the small animal pound or in public places.



Wed Mar 21 @18:00 - 08:00PM
Ordinary Council Meeting
Sat Mar 24 @08:00 - 01:00PM
Sustainable Living Expo
Wed Apr 04 @18:00 - 08:00PM
Policy Committee
Thu Apr 05 @18:30 -
Eglinton Village Meeting
Tue Apr 10 @18:30 -
Peel Village Meeting
Mon Apr 16 @18:30 -
Raglan Village Meeting

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