Unley Publications : Unley Life Winter 2018
1010 Pet management has been simplified... #dogsofunley One bark at a time. It was a lovely mild evening when we spotted @herpugfrankie relaxing outside @theflyingtrunk with Mum and Dad. Did you know The Flying Trunk now has outdoor seating, so you can enjoy a drink or a meal undercover? Plus it’s pet friendly! #dogsofunley #cityofunley Say hello to the lovely Jazz! We spotted Jazz having a wander at Soutar Park, Goodwood on the weekend, enjoying the sunshine and saying hello to everyone. How incredible are those icy blue eyes? Simply stunning! #dogsofunley #cityofunley Sadie the Great Dane caught our eye at @dogapalooza_adl for more reasons than one! She might be impressive in stature, but Sadie is also a very gentle natured soul. She was having a lot of fun people (and dog) watching on her picnic rug with Mum and Dad, but we were told she’d need a big nap afterwards from all the excitement. You and us both, Sadie! #dogsofunley #cityofunley A range of new dog and cat laws will be introduced in South Australia from 1 July 2018 to help owners to better manage their pets. To reduce the number of unwanted animals ending up in shelters, all dogs and cats born after 1 July 2018 must be desexed, with exemptions for working dogs and registered breeders. Visit chipblitz.com for locations and dates of upcoming discount microchipping days. To help lost pets find their way home faster, all dogs and cats must be microchipped by 3 months of age. To improve breeding practices, and for peace of mind for buyers, anyone who breeds cats or dogs for sale must register with the Dog and Cat Management Board. Dogs and Cats Online is coming on 1 July 2018 to assist owners with managing their pet’s details. The new website will be the central online service for all dog and cat management services, including registration payments* , contact details, microchipping and breeder registration. Registration letters will no longer be sent from Council but instead will arrive from the Dog and Cat Management Board. Your letter will arrive in mid-July and will include your dog’s new lifetime registration disc (replacing the annual disc) and instructions on how to complete your dog’s annual registration online. To find out more on these changes, please phone the City of Unley Customer Service Centre on 8372 5111 or visit unley.sa.gov.au/dog-and-cat-reforms * Please note, cats in the Unley Council area do not need to be registered, however microchipping details will need to be recorded in Dogs and Cats Online.
Unley Life Autumn 2018