Cat and Dog desexing RSVPs for June and July 2014 being taken now.
Desexpo kicks off from 1 June 2014 until 31 July 2014. Every responsible pet owner that takes advantage of this offer will go into the draw to win a fabulous prize for themselves and their pet.
- This desexing initiative is aimed at reducing the number of unwanted cats and dogs in our community.
- Desexing prevents pets from roaming, fighting or causing nuisance to neighbours
- Cats and dogs are less likely to develop certain anti-social behaviours and usually become more affectionate when de-sexed
- Desexing also reduces the risk of your pet getting cancer or other diseases of the reproductive organs
- It is now mandatory in Logan under Local Law No. 4 and Subordinate Local Law No. 4.1 (Animal Management) 2002 for cats to be desexed unless you are a Council registered breeder
- Bonus - it's cheaper to register a desexed animal
Mention this promotion and receive a free microchip supplied by Logan City Council for every cat and dog desexed at participating Logan City vets during June and July 2014* - plus a free nail trim for dogs.
For bookings phone your local participating vet or 3209 3220 for the Combined Vets of Logan City Community Desexing and Microchip Clinic located at the Animal Management Centre.
Pet of the week - Greg
Hi, my name is Greg and I am a one year old Labrador mix.
I am a very playful boy who loves to be outdoors exploring my surroundings. I am very excited when I see my furry friends to on long walks and can't wait for my turn. When I see new people I love to play and be the centre of attention.
I am currently being fostered over the weekends and love nothing more than lazing in the warm sunshine on these cold days. I enjoy playing with my foster family and the children are so much fun. I hope my new family loves being active like me and is willing to take me to fun places I can discover.
I would make a great new addition to a family with older children, as I can be a little boisterous at times. I would love to learn new things and would benefit from further training. This would be a great opportunity to allow my social personality to shine and be exciting to play with other furry friends.
I come vaccinated, desexed, microchipped and registered as all good dogs should. I am ready and waiting to meet a loving forever family. I also get to take home a fabulous KONG chew toy, which is enjoyable for me to play with at home.
To adopt Greg or view any of our other sale animals, visit the the Animal Management Centre or view other dogs for sale.
Approved Systematic Inspection Program No. 2
Logan City Council resolved 3 December 2013 to carry out an approved systematic inspection program in accordance with the provisions of section 113 of the Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008 of all premises in Logan City.
The purpose of the inspection program is to ensure that dogs are registered.
The program will commence Monday 21 July and conclude Friday 19 December 2014. Inspections may be conducted between the hours of 6.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. Monday to Saturday.
It is the intention of Council that authorised persons will inspect premises throughout all divisions of Logan City during the period of the program. A copy of the approved systematic inspection report may be requested from Council during the period of the program and will be provided free of charge. It is a continued requirement for cats to be registered in Logan City Council.
For further information please contact Council's Animal Management Centre on (07) 3412 5397.
Does your pet have a problem behaviour that drives you barking mad?
Help is available free seminars are available to Logan City residents that provide handy tips to help reduce nuisance barking and other problem behaviours. These seminars are presented by the RSPCA Animal Training and Behaviour Centre. Find out what your pets are saying by learning to read their body language.
Bookings are essential.
Animal Management Strategy
Logan's 2011-2015 Animal Management Strategy identifies the key issues impacting the community and provides five strategic directions for animal management to be achieved over four years.
Logan's new animal management local laws come into effect on Friday 9 December 2011.
Contact details and opening hours for the Animal Management Centre, also referred to as the pound.
Join the tours of Council's Animal Management Centre for a behind the scenes information session and gain an insight into our services.
Cats currently for sale at Council's Animal Management Centre.
Find out about the discounted desexing and microchipping offered to pension/concession card holders through the Community Desexing and Microchip Clinic.
Dogs currently for sale at Council's Animal Management Centre.
Residents who wish to volunteer at the Animal Management Centre or become foster carers for animals can apply to Council.
What to do if you have found an animal or see a stray dog in your street.
A listing of some of the impounded animals held at Council's Animal Management Centre.
What to do if you have lost your pet.
Pet ownership is a commitment that should be considered carefully. Before you consider purchasing a cat or a dog you should consider the responsibility of owning a pet and ensure that you can meet the animal’s needs.
Costs for dogs and cats for sale.
Logan's older lost and abandoned animals are rehoused with Logan's senior residents free of charge in the seniors for seniors program.