Find out about simple solutions to stop your dog barking and what may happen if a dog continues to bark.
Find out about dog control PSPOs, which covers dogs on leads, dog fouling and dog exclusion.
Stray dogs are collected by the Community Wardens, who will try to reunite a dog with its owner. You can also report lost dogs and find out how to claim them.
Dog fouling is a health hazard. Owners who don’t pick up after their dogs could be issued with a fixed penalty of £75. Report offenders to Environmental Health.
Use this form to report a problem with a dog barking. The noise can be classed as a statutory nuisance and should be reported.
Use this form to report a dog fouling or a dog owner who does not pick up after their dog.
For answers to questions on lost, found, stray, barking, reporting dangerous dogs and law regarding dogs on leads and dog exclusion zones.
A dog attacking a person, another dog or animal or a specific breed of dog can be all be classed a dangerous dogs.
Find out how we investigate problems caused by dogs barking, fouling or straying dogs.
From 6 April 2016, all dogs must be microchipped. Find out how you can get your dog microchipped in Eden.