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Report Wild Dog Sightings

Residents who hear or see wild dogs around their property are being urged to report it to Local Land Services.

The animals are in the middle of their breeding season, which makes it the prime time to spot wild dogs as they move around looking for a mate. Lower Hunter biosecurity officer Luke Booth said it was important that residents report wild dog sightings because LLS relies on these figures to get funding for the bait programs.

Local Land Services does proactive baiting for wild dogs in winter and spring.

Wild dogs can be reported by calling 1300 795 299

To read the article in full pick up the Wednesday 5 August copy of the Dungog Chronicle

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One Comment on “Report Wild Dog Sightings”

  1. Glen Stevenson August 6, 2015 at 2:26 pm #

    There is a pack coming through Listening Hill, chasing wallabies through the cemetery right into town. We hear them every evening calling and I have seen 4 now, I have reported them to the State Forestry and local land services. Also since the recent outbreak of mixo on the rabbits I have also seen several a few foxes coming through looking for prey as well,
    Glen Stevenson

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