Council supports and greatly appreciates the excellent work carried out by local welfare organisations and vet clinics.
A barking dog can often severely disrupt people’s lives and erode their quality of life.
It is the responsibility of the person selling or giving away a dog or cat to advise Council.
There are now increased control provisions for restricted and declared dangerous dogs with higher penalties for non-compliance.
When you take your dog into a public place you must make sure that it does not interfere with the safety or enjoyment of other people.
Information about lost, impounded and unwanted domestic animals.
An off leash area is a designated public area in which dog owners can exercise dogs without a leash.
All cat and dog owners must complete a 2-step process to registering their pet.
The Companion Animals Act places certain responsibilities on all pet owners.
Customer Service Centre
1 Pope Street, Ryde NSW 2112
Phone: 9952 8222
After Hours Assistance: 9952 8222
Ryde Aquatic Leisure Centre
Phone: 8878 5111
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City of Ryde acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of this land, the Wallumedegal Clan of the Darug nation. Council also pays respect to Elders both past, present and emerging and extend that respect to other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples visiting this site.
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