Impounded Animals

Impounded Dogs
Yard Impounded Days Breed Colour Action(s)
6 19 MAY 2018 3 MALTESE BLACK/WHITE View Details and Photo for BLACK/WHITEMALTESE
14 17 MAY 2018 5 STAFFY BRINDLE/WHITE View Details and Photo for BRINDLE/WHITESTAFFY
16 17 MAY 2018 5 CATTLE DOG RED View Details and Photo for REDCATTLE DOG
23 16 MAY 2018 6 ROTTWEILER TAN View Details and Photo for TANROTTWEILER
3 16 MAY 2018 6 X BROWN View Details and Photo for BROWNX
15 16 MAY 2018 6 X BLACK/WHITE View Details and Photo for BLACK/WHITEX
4 15 MAY 2018 7 PITBULL TAN/WHITE View Details and Photo for TAN/WHITEPITBULL
22 11 MAY 2018 11 AMSTAFF TRI COLOUR View Details and Photo for TRI COLOURAMSTAFF
2 08 MAY 2018 14 STAFFY X TAN/WHITE View Details and Photo for TAN/WHITESTAFFY X
13 04 MAY 2018 19 KELPIE/X BLACK/TAN View Details and Photo for BLACK/TANKELPIE/X
17 01 MAY 2018 21 STAFFY BRINDLE View Details and Photo for BRINDLESTAFFY
15 18 APR 2018 34 STAFFY TRI COLOUR View Details and Photo for TRI COLOURSTAFFY
7 18 APR 2018 35 BULL ARAB WHITE/TAN View Details and Photo for WHITE/TANBULL ARAB
19 10 APR 2018 43 STAFFY BLACK/WHITE View Details and Photo for BLACK/WHITESTAFFY
10 01 APR 2018 51 KELPIE BLACK View Details and Photo for BLACKKELPIE
7 26 MAR 2018 57 BULL ARAB WHITE/TAN View Details and Photo for WHITE/TANBULL ARAB

Disclaimer: Domestic Animal Services is required to hold impounded animals for 7 days. After this period animals will be sold, re-homed or euthanised.

A basic health check is conducted on animals to detect any obvious injuries, skin conditions, tumours, disfigurement, heart or dental diseases.

The basic health check given to animals is not extensive and does not guarantee that an animal is free of all medical conditions. Domestic Animal Services makes no representation as to the health of any animal. In accepting ownership of an animal, you are agreeing to accept the animal in the condition in which you receive it.

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