Please find flyers for PAWS Darwin and PAWS Training

REHOMING A DOG

Wanting to be a fosterer copy

Puppy School

READING DOG BODY LANGUAGE

SEPARATION ANXIETY

SHORT SHARP COMMANDS

PAWS MAT INFORMATION

PAWS FOOD AGGRESSION

 

 

Q?

How do I surrender a pet I can no longer care for?

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PAWS Darwin do accept surrendered pets from owners although kennel space can be very limited at times. We do charge surrender fees and these go towards the animals care, feeding and veterinary treatments whilst with us. Please feel free to phone or email us and have a chat with our staff members about rehoming options and advice.

Please note that surrendering your pet to an animal shelter or rescue should be the very last resort. Whilst we do understand that circumstances change, we simply cannot guarantee your pet into the rehoming program if they do not pass through behavior and veterinary assessments, or limited adoption space. We urge you to rehome your pet individually through other channels available. Pet Rescue have fantastic articles written specifically to assist you should you need to rehome your pet. Visitwww.petrescue.com.au

Q?

Does PAWS take stray animals?

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Currently, PAWS Darwin no longer take in stray pets. If you do have a stray dog from the Palmerston area, please contact the Palmerston City Council on 89359977. If you have a found cat or dog in the Darwin area, please phone the Darwin City Council on 89300600, for others please contact the RSPCA on 89843795 or the Litchfield Council on 89830600. All stray animals should be reported to the proper channels to give owners the best chance of being reunited with them.

If you do find a lost pet, or lose your own, please register your pet with Top End Lost and Found, a website dedicated to lost and found pets in the Northern Territory. Visit www.telaf.wordpress.com