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We regularly approach schools to seek an opportunity to tell pupils about the work of the Dog Wardens and the responsibilities of being a dog owner. We can adapt our talk if schools are undertaking specific projects.
We can meet with residents groups on request. We can explain the work we do, help explain the law, or work with residents to see if we can help solve specific problems within the locality.
Working in partnership with a local dog training club, we assist with dog training classes, and help examine dogs who have completed training courses, awarding Kennel Club awards where approrpriate
Wardens have experience of many dog behavioural problems and may either be able to offer advice, based on experience, or have contact details for professionals who may be able to assist
Dog wardens have worked with Jacinta Phillips and Newcastle Children’s Centre to produce a information booklet “Dog Aware! Helpful hints and useful tips for dog ownership in a family setting”. The booklet is intended to help you make all the right decisions about owning a dog while your children are small. The booklet is available from Newcastle-under-Lyme Children’s Centre by calling 01782 296100. A copy can also be downloaded by clicking here.
If you would like to know more about these areas of our work contact us
A warden will be in touch with the information you require, or to discuss further arrangements.
No charge is made for the Officer’s time, however, our attendance depends upon officer availability.