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Planning to take your dog to the beach this weekend?
With Christmas on the horizon Christchurch City Council Animal Services Manager Lionel Bridger is encouraging dog owners to make suitable holiday arrangements for their furry friends.
Christchurch dog owners won’t have to replace their dog’s plastic registration tag each year as Christchurch City Council moves to introduce 'lifelong' metal tags.
The scenic walkways and beaches of the Avon-Heathcote Ihutai Estuary are popular with Christchurch dog-walkers, as are the wetlands which dot the city.
A community initiated food forest in Birdsey Reserve will be supported under a new proposal which has opened for consultation.
Chris Huddlestone first laid eyes on Tucker in a Dogwatch Sanctuary Trust online post last year.
The Christchurch City Council Animal Shelter is reminding dog owners to take advantage of its free microchipping service offered every Wednesday from 11am to midday.
The Christchurch City Council Animal Services team's focus on retraining dogs for adoption has resulted in almost all dogs being rehomed last year.
Heads turn when Jim strides through Shirley Library with border-terrier Maggie at his heels.
Christchurch’s most eagerly anticipated doggy swim event is back, and it’s sure to set tails in motion.
Call out for Bella or Charlie at a Christchurch dog park and you could find yourself inundated by pooches.
Dog owners are being reminded that on summer days parts of Christchurch and Banks Peninsula’s popular swimming beaches are off-limits to unleashed dogs.
Christchurch dog owners are being reminded that they must register their dogs with Christchurch City Council.
Christchurch dog owners will have an extra month to pay their dog registration fees this year.
For Christchurch’s 35,000-plus dogs, life at COVID-19 Alert Level 4 was a blissful 33 days of endless walks and round-the-clock human company.
Search for "Dogs" on the Christchurch City Council website