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Y.A.W.S Lost & Found Dogs
From (6th of April 2016) it will be compulsory for owners to ensure their dog is microchipped

  Leeds  

Area

Posts from social media for lost dogs from the Leeds Metropolitan area

Kirklees

Area

Posts from social media for lost dogs from the Kirklees Metropolitan area

Bradford

Area

Posts from social media for lost dogs from the Bradford Metropolitan area

Calderdale Lost & Found

Calderdale area lost and found posts from pages on social media 

Calderdale

Halifax & Surrounding Areas

 

 

 

If you find a stray and confined it you can contact the council and they will collect it, scan it and return it to an owner or take it to the councils contracted kennels for a  holding period.

 

 

Contact the dog warden service on  -  01422 288001                                      

 

 

Out of Hours -

From the council website

The council does not operate an out of hours collection service, if you find a stray you must report it to the councils out of hours emergency support number 01422 288000 - You can then take it to the Council's kennels.

The council uses Hird and Partners Address: 2 King St, Halifax HX1 1SR Phone: 01422 354999 and direct them to call 08451111137 to authorise up to £200 Emergency Treatment

West Yorkshire Lost & Found
with warden contacts
 
Owners will be given a short period to comply with the microchipping law. If they do not, they could face a fine of up to £500

Bradford & Keighley

 

 

Bradford MBDC Covers Bradford incl Keighley and surrounding areas 

 

 

Bradford Council dog wardens will respond to Straying and dangerous dogs, also during normal office hours, they will also respond to sick and injured dogs.

 

Healthy unchipped strays go to Cliffe Kennels, Barnsley,

contact the dog warden service on 01274 433927   

 

Out of hours - From the council's website - call the councils emergency number and get a log number and you will have to either keep the dog overnight until it can be collected by the dog wardens.

Alternatively, you can take the dog to the kennels yourself. Now you have noticed the dog is injured, with your log number you can take the dog to their vets.

See below 

Abbey House Vets, Morley

Address: 52 Commercial St, Morley, Leeds LS27 8AG  - Phone: 0113 252 5818

 

 

Kirklees 

 

Covering Huddersfield, Holmfirth, Dewsbury and surrounding areas

 

 

Cliffe kennels now hold the collections and kennelling of confined stray dogs from this councils area, these cannot attend welfare complaints the hours are 9am-10pm.-7 days a week they can be contacted on   

 

 

01484 502 216

Remember the RSPCA will not collect stray dogs, only the dog warden deals with strays, so call the dog warden/Vet including out of hours and at weekends.

 

Leeds

 

Covering all  LS Postcode areas

 

 

 

 

 

Please contact the council direct for the service they provide during office hours - 

0113 224 406

                         

Please note the Council does not provide an out of hours collection service to confined dogs, you can take the dog to the council's kennel (Flush dyke) and if injured can be taken to

 

Abbey House vets at Morley see Bradford's OOH information. OOH number )07584 483 397

Dogs from breeders have to be microchipped before leaving the birth home.

Compulsory dog microchipping came into effect in 2016 meaning From (6th of April 2016) it will be mandatory for owners to ensure their dog is microchipped

Lost and straying dogs now will hopefully be quickly reunited with their owner's thanks to new microchipping laws which come into effect in April 2016, aims to improve dog welfare

today.

Under the new measure, all owners must ensure their dog is microchipped, and their details are kept up to date. Not only will this mean the UK’s 8.5 million dogs can be returned to their owners more quickly if they wander too far from home, but it will also make it easier to track down the owners of dogs that carry out attacks on people. (6 April 2016) Owners of dogs found by the police or local authorities not to have a microchip will have the benefits explained to them and owners will be given a short period to comply with the microchipping law. If they do not, they could face a fine of up to £500, Dogs from breeders have to be microchipped before leaving the birth home.

 
 

 

Wakefield

 

Covering all WF Postcode areas

 

 

 

 

 

Dog wardens enforce various laws regarding dogs, stray dogs, dangerous dogs and dog fouling to improve the environment and tackle anti-social behaviour.

We also here to promote responsible dog ownership by offering welfare advice and services including:

  • Microchipping

  • Neutering

  • Issuing fixed penalty notices for dog fouling offences

  • Patrolling the district seizing stray dogs

  • Returning stray dogs, where identifiable and practical, to their owners or taking them to appointed kennels. 

  • Seizing any dangerous and out-of-control dogs in public

If you find a stray dog, you can contact us and our dog wardens will collect the dog (if it is from a known location) and where possible, the dog will be returned to its owner.

To report a stray dog, you may be asked to provide the following information:

  • your contact details (name, address, telephone, email)

  • a description of the dog, for example, its type, colour, size, age

  • the time and date when you found the dog

  • where you found the dog

  • where the dog should be collected from

Report Lost or stray dogs...

  • Phone the Contact Centre on 0345 8 506 506 - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

  • Report a lost and stray dog online using the Dog Warden reporting form

                         

Lost and stray dogs are taken by dog wardens to the following kennels during normal office hours: 8.30am - 4.30pm:

  • Cliffe Kennels, Hoylandswaine, Barnsley - 01226 762391 (during office hours)

  • Flushdyke Kennels, Wakefield Road, Ossett - 01924 271028

  • Mount Pleasant Kennels, Hampole, Doncaster - 01302 722 748

Out of hours

Members of the public can take stray dogs to Mount Pleasant Kennels: Monday to Friday - 6pm to 9pm; Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays - 8am to 9pm:

  • Mount Pleasant Kennels, Hampole, Doncaster - 01302 722 748 or 07835 535879

Address

Yorkshire  Animal Welfare

Unit 2 , Springfield Mill

Oakworth Road

BD21 1SD

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