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Animal Shelter management models on exhibition

January 27, 2015Posted in: Community, Other

Wingecarribee Shire Council is seeking comment on three different proposed models regarding the ongoing management of the Animal Shelter which will go on public exhibition from Tuesday 27 January. The three short-listed models include: Internal management (Council continues to operate the Animal Shelter), Mixture of Internal management and External operations through a partnership, and External...

New closing times for Wingecarribee Animal Shelter

October 16, 2014Posted in: Community

Effective Monday 27 October 2014 Wingecarribee Shire Council’s Animal Shelter will bring forward its weekday closing time to 3.30pm. As the Animal Shelter is located within the Moss Vale Resource Recovery Centre (RRC), by bringing forward the weekday closure time by half an hour, animal shelter customers who arrive late in the afternoon will have...

You can’t teach your dog or cat about safe sex

July 9, 2014Posted in: Community

Desexing month

With the spring breeding season just around the corner, Wingecarribee Shire Council is encouraging residents to desex their pets. July is National Desexing Month and the perfect time to desex your pets and ensure their microchip and registration details are up to date. Research by the Animal Welfare League of QLD shows that 65 per...

New supervisor takes the leash at animal shelter

April 4, 2014Posted in: Community

Wingecarribee Shire Council has today announced the appointment of Mr Warrick Dunstan as the contract Shelter Supervisor in charge of the Wingecarribee Animal Shelter. Mr Dunstan’s appointment to the position follows the temporary secondment period of Council’s own staff managing the facility now drawing to a close. Council’s Group Manager Development Services, Nick Wilton, said...

Council takes over the leash at Wingecarribee Animal Shelter

December 12, 2013Posted in: Community

Following the departure of The Lost Dogs Home from the Wingecarribee Animal Shelter late last month, Council’s management of the facility has to date proven trouble-free. “It’s business as usual,” said Council’s Deputy General Manager Operations Phil Marshall. “The Shelter is still running seven days a week with staff on hand to ensure all the...

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