STRAY DOGS TRAPPING IN SUVA CITY
NOTICE TO ALL RESIDENTS WITHIN THE SUVA CITY MUNICIPALITY
TAKE NOTICE that the STRAY DOGS TRAPPING exercise is currently being undertaken by the Council in partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture & SPCA within the City boundary.
Since this notice applies to all areas within the Suva City Boundary, including the City’s public parks, residents are advised to ensure that their pets are secured and safe and do not become trapped with the stray dog population of the City.
Dogs trapped will be taken to either the Ministry of Agriculture at Koronivia or SPCA at Walu Bay and shall be available for reclaiming by their owners within 48 hours of capture subject to payment of charges & licenses. All dogs released will be neutered and the costs shall be borne by the owners as well.
Dogs not claimed within 24 hours will be dealt with by the Ministry of Agriculture & SPCA as they consider appropriate and no liability claims shall be attached to the Suva City Council, Ministry of Agriculture & the SPCA including any employee or agent thereof, arising out of this stray dog trapping exercise.
Due to the surge in stray dog population becoming problematic to the City community, trapping of strays will now become an on-going exercise in the City until further notice.
Residents with any queries may contact SCC Health Dept. on 3313433 ext. 404 or email to email@example.com, SPCA on 3301266 or Ministry of Agriculture on 3480013.
Should you wish that traps be set in your areas or those residents who wish to voluntary surrender their unwanted dogs & puppies are to please contact the Council Office on the above given phone numbers to programme trapping in your areas or for collection of those unwanted ones as the case may be. Residents are urged to please assist & cooperate with the Council team to help address stray population within the City.
Dated this 8th day of June, 2015
Mrs. J. Koroi
Acting Director Health Services
for A/Chief Executive Officer