Spike in missing pets

COUNCIL officers reacted to a spike in the number of people reporting missing pets earlier this week.  

Owners are being reminded that dogs in particular get extremely stressed during thunder and lightning and are prone to run away.  

Animals collected by council staff are taken to one of the region's pounds and people are asked to call 1300 225 577 or go to the lost pets register on the council's websites to check if a lost animal has been handed in.



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