Hello, my name is Fraser and I am a one year old Kelpie mix. I am a very intelligent boy and a very quick learner. I already know the basics, (sit and drop) and can even shake your hand. I would love to continue my learning at home or even obedience training where I can also meet new furry friends.
My affectionate and loyal nature can be overwhelming sometimes, but that's just because I have so much love to give. Knowing I'm close to you is comfort for me. I love to explore and use my great sense of smell to sniff out anything and everything. I will leave no rock unturned!
I hope my new family love to be active like me. I love to play fetch, but I'm still learning to bring the ball back. Mainly, I just love walking by your side and smelling the new and amazing smells in the air. I can't wait to share these fun times together.
I come vaccinated, desexed, microchipped and registered like all good dogs should. I also get to take home a fabulous KONG chew toy which is enjoyable for me to play with.
To purchase Fraser or view any of our other sale animals, visit the Animal Management Centre or view other dogs for sale.
- Name: Bob
- Breed: Cattle Dog Mix
- Sex: Male
- Age: 7 Months
- Price: $199
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City of Logan and Australia Post collaborate to educate pet owners
Council has recently collaborated with Australia Post (South East Queensland) to develop an Australia Post Nuisance Dog Notice to educate pet owners on the potential danger their pets might pose to a Postal Delivery Employee, especially when they are not home.
Owners are requested to contain their pets within their property boundary and ensure that gates are kept closed. Where possible dogs should be contained at the rear of the property.
Residents should be aware that if they receive a Nuisance Dog Notice with their regular mail that it is a courtesy notification from Australia Post to alert them to their pets behaviour. Residents who receive a Nuisance Dog Notice from Australia Post are asked to contact them directly on 13 13 18.
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.
APPROVED SYSTEMATIC INSPECTION PROGRAM 2015/16 - UNREGISTERED DOGS
Logan City Council resolved 11 February 2015, to carry out Approved Systematic Inspection Programs of all premises in Logan City to ensure that dogs are registered in accordance with section 113 of the Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008.
Program 1 will commence Monday 9 March 2015 and conclude Friday 11 September 2015.
Program 2 will commence Monday 21 September 2015 and conclude Friday 1 April 2016.
Inspections will 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 the majority of premises in the whole of Logan City during the period of the program.
APPROVED SYSTEMATIC INSPECTION PROGRAM 2015/16 - UNREGISTERED CATS
Logan City Council resolved 11 February 2015, to carry out an approved systematic inspection program of all premises in Logan City in accordance with the provisions of section 134 of the Local Government Act 2009.
All inspections will conclude 1 April 2016.
Program 2 commences Monday 15 June 2015 and conclude Friday 11 September 2015.
Program 3 will commence Monday 21 September 2015 and conclude Friday 18 December 2015.
Program 4 will commence Monday 4 January 2016 and conclude Friday 1 April 2016.
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 may inspect premises throughout all suburbs of Logan City during the period of each program.
For further information please contact Council's Animal Management Centre on (07) 3412 5397.
Animal Management Strategy
Logan's 2013-2018 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.
Council's pest management plan to identify environmentally significant areas for monitoring and how Council aims to improve the effectiveness of its pest control activities.
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.