Animal Management Centre

Our Animal Management Centre is where we keep stray, lost or abandoned animals while we look for their owners. We also have pets for sale and you can adopt a pet in need of a loving home.

Visit the centre at 213 Queens Road, Kingston during opening hours: 

  • Monday to Friday 8.30am - 4.30pm
  • Saturday 9.00am - 2.00pm.

The Animal Management Centre is closed on Sundays and Public Holidays.

Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008

Our Animal Care Program is governed by this State legislation. It is very clear in its purpose which is to:

  • determine a method of identification of cats and dogs,
  • establish the registration of dogs,
  • establish effective management of regulated dogs,
  • promote responsible ownership of cats and dogs, and
  • promote responsible breeding of dogs.

City of Logan Animal Care Strategy 2018–2022

Our animal care strategy promotes and encourages responsible animal ownership, community safety and management of companion animals.

We adopted our Animal Care Strategy 2018–2022 (PDF 590 KB) on 30 January 2018.

After-hours holding pens

If you find a cat or dog that is not your own outside of our business hours, you can use our after-hours holding pens as a safe place to put the cat or dog.

The after-hours holding pens are located at the Animal Management Centre – 213 Queens Road, Kingston.

We check the pens every morning and afternoon on the weekend and every morning on weekdays.

We check all animals put in the pens for registration tags and microchips. We also add the animal’s photo to our Impounded animals webpage.

The after-hours holding pens are NOT for private surrender or suitable for sick / injured animals or wildlife. If we identify your animal and you have tried to surrender it using our after-hours holding pens, penalties apply.

If you find sick or injured animals or wildlife, please see Sick or injured wildlife for more information.