Companion Animals Management Plan 2011-2014

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Public comment is invited on the draft Companion Animals Management Plan 2011-2014.

The Companion Animals Act 1998 makes local government responsible for many issues regarding companion dogs and cats. There is a need for the Council to determine an appropriate balance between regulatory and non-regulatory techniques to influence companion animal related activities. The draft Plan outlines the Council's strategic approach to these issues over the next 3 years.

Please add your comments to the discussion topic below.

If you wish to submit a formal submission online please click here or click on the "Send a Submission" tab on the tool bar below.

Public comment is invited on the draft Companion Animals Management Plan 2011-2014.

The Companion Animals Act 1998 makes local government responsible for many issues regarding companion dogs and cats. There is a need for the Council to determine an appropriate balance between regulatory and non-regulatory techniques to influence companion animal related activities. The draft Plan outlines the Council's strategic approach to these issues over the next 3 years.

Please add your comments to the discussion topic below.

If you wish to submit a formal submission online please click here or click on the "Send a Submission" tab on the tool bar below.

  • If you would like to provide a formal submission on the Draft Companion Animals Plan 2011-2014, please complete Steps 1-4 and either of Steps 5 or 6 to complete your submission.

    The deadline for receiving public submissions is close of business 5pm Wednesday 20 April 2011.

    If you would like to provide a formal submission on the Draft Companion Animals Plan 2011-2014, please complete Steps 1-4 and either of Steps 5 or 6 to complete your submission.

    The deadline for receiving public submissions is close of business 5pm Wednesday 20 April 2011.

    Consultation has concluded
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