Ipswich City Council
Council acknowledges the many social, health and economic benefits of animal ownership in Ipswich. While animals provide a wealth of benefits to their owners, it is important for the health and well-being of our community, as well as the ongoing protection of our environment, that Council works with residents to ensure animals are appropriately cared for and managed.
Council has a range of programs, initiatives and information which are all designed to assist residents in their ownership of animals, including outdoor activities with dogs, applications for permits, tips for purchasing the right pet for your home, and the steps to locating lost animals.
With your help and commitment to these initiatives, Council can continue to provide a healthy, socially-just environment for both the well-being of residents in our City and that of our animals.
Did you know it's now compulsory for all owners to register their cats through Ipswich City Council?
Contact Council on (07) 3810 6666 for all animal enquiries. If you have an urgent after hours matter, an officer can be contacted by using the above number.
Cat and Dog Management Plan
To help us plan for a future that includes cats and dogs as valued member of our community Council has developed a strategic plan.
Click on the links below to find out more information about:
If you encounter injured wildlife in Ipswich, please contact the following injured wildlife specialists:
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