Thursday 20th April 2017
Council to crack down on car crime
Wednesday 19th April 2017
ANZAC Day services across the Southern Highlands
Wednesday 26th April 3:30pm - 6:30pm
Council Meeting 26 April 2017
Sunday 30th April 10:00am - 1:00pm
Learner Driver Log Book Run
Nuisance barking usually occurs due to boredom, provocation, separation anxiety or medical problems. Your local training club, vet or dog trainer may have more information on what to do about nuisance barking.
Some worthwhile strategies include:
If your neighbour’s dog is the offender:
Some suggestions on how to deal with conflict caused by barking dogs can be found at :
Lawlink - Community Justice Centres FAQ (external link)
Council can issue a Nuisance Order or consider other enforcement action where all of the above methods have failed and the complaint can be substantiated with evidence.
All barking dog complaints to Council must be in writing and include information from the diary such as dates, time and location of offending dog.