Dog issues

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Please note that we are not responsible for dangerous dogs. The police has responsibility for dealing with dangerous dogs. If you want to report a dangerous dog you should contact the Police on 101.


Dog barking / noise

Dogs bark. There are a multitude of reasons why a dog might bark depending on the situation and context.

For further information on noise and to make a complaint about dog barking that is affecting you, please view our noise page.

If you have a dog that vocalises and you have concerns about how this may affect your neighbours, environmental protection may be able to advise suitable methods to help prevent this. For further information, please contact us at ehenquiries@tewkesbury.gov.uk.


Dog fouling

Following the launch of a new borough-wide dog fouling campaign, we encourage you to download the following posters and display them on your local noticeboards and in other prominent locations.

Our posters aim to highlight the dangers of dog fouling for young children. Toxocariasis is an infection caused by roundworm commonly found in dog mess and can easily be picked up by young children. The serious symptoms of toxocariasis include asthma, stomach upsets, headaches, breathing difficulties and in some cases, blindness. Roundworm eggs can stay alive in soil for many years - long after any dog mess has disappeared.
 

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Contact us

  • Email: ehenquiries@tewkesbury.gov.uk
  • Telephone: 01684 272191
  • Write to: Environmental Health, Tewkesbury Borough Council, Public Services Centre, Gloucester Road, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, GL20 5TT.

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