SWEET GIRL: This female black brindle staffy, aged four to five years-old, is friendly but shy.
SWEET GIRL: This female black brindle staffy, aged four to five years-old, is friendly but shy. Nicole Boyd-Taylor

Pets are waiting at the Dalby pound for forever homes

IN AN attempt to reduce the number of unclaimed animals impounded in the region, the Dalby Herald has joined forces with the Western Downs Regional Council for Western Downs Pound Pets.

The initiative, which is featured every Tuesday, aims to find new homes for animals the council is unable to reunite with their owners and to promote responsible pet ownership on the Western Downs.

Phone 1300 COUNCIL for more information.

BUNDLE OF FUN: This kitten is waiting at the Dalby pound for a new home.
BUNDLE OF FUN: This kitten is waiting at the Dalby pound for a new home. Nicole Boyd-Taylor

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