There’s a chance to meet Dover District Council’s dog warden team at locations around the district from Monday 16 July to Sunday 19 August for a range of information, help and advice, and free microchipping for your dog.
The team will be available to answer questions, promote responsible dog ownership, raise awareness, and provide help and information on a variety of matters, including reporting and tackling dog fouling. There will also be an opportunity to find out about and join our Wag Watch scheme.
The team will be at the following locations:
- 16 July – Molland Lea/School Road area, Ash – 11am-1pm
- 17 July– Recreation Ground, Lancaster Avenue, Capel-Le-Ferne –10am-1pm
- 19 July – Gun Park, Eastry – 11am-1pm
- 31 July – Sandwich Quayside – 11am-1pm
- 01 Aug – Pencester Gardens, Dover – 11am-1pm
- 03 Aug – Elms Vale Recreation Ground – 8am-10am
- 08 Aug – Outside Marks and Spencer, Deal – 11am-1pm
- 10 Aug – Barton Footpath/Limes Road area – 9am-11am
- 14 Aug – Kearsney Abbey (café side) – 12 noon-2pm
- 19 Aug – Sandown Castle Gardens, Deal – 12 noon-2pm.
Cllr Trevor Bartlett, DDC Cabinet Member for Environmental Health said: “We are delighted to be able to arrange these events in our communities to raise awareness and promote responsible dog ownership. We hope as many people as possible will come along to meet the dog wardens and find out more.
“Dog fouling is a key concern for residents and we continue to address this through enforcement and education. Although most people pick up after their pets, a small majority continues to cause problems. One of our key goals is to tackle this issue, which we are doing in a number of ways, including by helping people report dog fouling and reminding owners to pick up after their pets.”