Environmental Health’s Dog Warden Service is responsible for; promoting responsible dog ownership, stray dogs, dog fouling campaigns, and the licensing and inspection of riding stables, kennels, catteries, dog breeding establishments and pet shops. Any enquiries concerned with animal cruelty or animals in distress should be made directly to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA).
For information on the Pet Passport Scheme click on this link to the DEFRA website: http://www.defra.gov.uk/wildlife-pets/pets/travel/index.htm
For information on fouling by cats, please follow the link to How to Discourage Cat Fouling.
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The Team: 1 Dog Warden, Principal Environmental Health Officer
Email: email@example.com (*see Note)
Tel: 01903 737755
Fax: 01903 723936
Arun Civic Centre
West SussexBN17 5LF
* Note: When contacting us for advice, or referring a matter to us for investigation, please include your full name and address and telephone number, together with full details of your concerns and, if known, the name and address of any individual or business concerned. Your details will not be disclosed to other parties without your agreement, but we are usually unable to deal with anonymous referrals.
For information on the services you can expect from us see our Standards of Service.
Our Regulatory activities are subject to Environmental Health’s Enforcement Policy.
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