Dog and Cat Management Plan

Consultation has concluded

The Dog and Cat Management Act 1995 requires councils to prepare a five year plan relating to the management of dogs and cats within its area.


Council reviewed its Dog and Cat Management Plan at its July Council meeting and is asking the community to provide feedback on the plan.


The Plan outlines how Council will manage dogs and cats as required by the Dog and Cat Management Act and Council strategies to:

  1. Encourage responsible dog and cat ownership
  2. Ensure public safety by reducing public and environmental nuisance caused by dogs and cats
  3. Effectively manage dogs and cats by meeting all legislative requirements


The Community is invited to have a say on

  • the priorities Council should focus on to promote responsible dog and cat ownership and
  • draw to Council’s attention or make suggestions in relation to dog and cat management in the district


You can have a say and make submissions on the Dog and Cat Management Plan until 7 September 2017, as follows:


  • Read the Dog and Cat Management Plan online by clicking here or view or purchase a copy at Council offices.

  • Comment online by clicking here. To leave a comment you need to register to get involved. To register click on the brown register button. To find out more about registering click here.

  • Download a Feedback Form or collect a response form at Council’s Naracoorte and Lucindale offices. To download a Feedback Form click here.

  • Provide a written submission to Council addressed to Dog and Cat Management, Naracoorte Lucindale Council, PO Box 555, Naracoorte SA 5271 or delivered to the Naracoorte Council office, DeGaris Place, Naracoorte or the Lucindale Council office, Musgrave Avenue, Lucindale or email to council@nlc.sa.gov.au


A copy of the Dog and Cat Management Plan is available for inspection and / or purchase at Council’s Naracoorte and Lucindale offices or by clicking here.





The Dog and Cat Management Act 1995 requires councils to prepare a five year plan relating to the management of dogs and cats within its area.


Council reviewed its Dog and Cat Management Plan at its July Council meeting and is asking the community to provide feedback on the plan.


The Plan outlines how Council will manage dogs and cats as required by the Dog and Cat Management Act and Council strategies to:

  1. Encourage responsible dog and cat ownership
  2. Ensure public safety by reducing public and environmental nuisance caused by dogs and cats
  3. Effectively manage dogs and cats by meeting all legislative requirements


The Community is invited to have a say on

  • the priorities Council should focus on to promote responsible dog and cat ownership and
  • draw to Council’s attention or make suggestions in relation to dog and cat management in the district


You can have a say and make submissions on the Dog and Cat Management Plan until 7 September 2017, as follows:


  • Read the Dog and Cat Management Plan online by clicking here or view or purchase a copy at Council offices.

  • Comment online by clicking here. To leave a comment you need to register to get involved. To register click on the brown register button. To find out more about registering click here.

  • Download a Feedback Form or collect a response form at Council’s Naracoorte and Lucindale offices. To download a Feedback Form click here.

  • Provide a written submission to Council addressed to Dog and Cat Management, Naracoorte Lucindale Council, PO Box 555, Naracoorte SA 5271 or delivered to the Naracoorte Council office, DeGaris Place, Naracoorte or the Lucindale Council office, Musgrave Avenue, Lucindale or email to council@nlc.sa.gov.au


A copy of the Dog and Cat Management Plan is available for inspection and / or purchase at Council’s Naracoorte and Lucindale offices or by clicking here.





  • Dog and Cat Management

    Feedback is being sought on:

    • Dog and Cat Management in the district


    Feedback is being sought on:

    • Dog and Cat Management in the district


    Consultation has concluded