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Our services have returned to normal.

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COVID-19 – what we’re doing

We are now at alert level 1.

Our services have returned to normal but it’s important we keep up with basic hygiene measures including washing your hands and coughing or sneezing into your elbow.

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Contact the Hauraki District Council to report complaints about dogs including:

  • dangerous dogs
  • dogs attacking or biting
  • dogs fouling
  • ill treatment of dog
  • stray or wandering dog

Please note that the Council cannot accept anonymous complaints but your identity will remain confidential unless the issue goes to court.


Dogs Barking

Dog barking

You could be fined if your dog barks excessively and disturbs your neighbours.

If your neighbour's dog is causing problems, you can take the following steps:

  • approach the dog's owner and state your case clearly and politely
  • if this method does not work, you can contact the Hauraki District Council

Please note that the Council cannot accept anonymous complaints but your identity will remain confidential unless the issue goes to court.