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Phone number: 02 4645 4000
Animal Care Facility will open at 11:00am on Tuesday 19th December 2017.
Please note due to operational reasons, the Animal Care Facility will open at 11:00am on Tuesday 19th December 2017. Council apologises for any inconvenience this may cause.
Have you lost your pet? Browse our list of lost animals to see if your loved one has been handed in to us.
Find your new best friend - we have dogs and cats available for adoption!
Information on how to report dead animals online and what to do when you see an injured animal and whom should you contact.
Providing facilities to receive impounded and surrendered animals.Promoting micro-chipping, registration and desexing of companion animals.
Information for rescue organisations wishing to work with the Animal Care Facility.
Important information on being a responsible pet owner, keeping your pet safe, dog and cat registrations, restricted dog breeds and dog and cat FAQs.
Having problems with magpies, snakes or bees? Want to know what to do when you find a stray cat or dog? Interested in the impact pest animals and insects have on our environment? Find out more here!
The waterbirds that reside in the wetlands of Campbelltown, NSW.
Protect the wildlife in our catchments by fishing sustainably and caring for our waterways
The Catch a Carp competition aims to raise awareness about invasive species such as carp within the Campbelltown area, and promote care of our natural resources.
Want to know more about our locally threatened species?
Learn more about some of NSW's threatened species making their homes in Campbelltown. Fact Sheets - Threatened Species Calendar - List.
The keeping of horses and cattle (e.g. cows, goats and sheep) is generally not permitted in residential areas unless prior approval is obtained.
Information on keeping chickens and other poultry in residential areas. Complaints for commercial poultry premises should be directed to Council on 4645 4000.
The keeping of bees in residential areas is permitted provided you comply with certain requirements.