Keep your dogs on leads

by | Jul 25, 2019 | Blog, Wildlife

Over the last few weeks, as a result of night time patrols, we have become aware of several dogs running into and around the reserve in the very early hours of the morning.  One Hi Tec guard and some residents have reported the same.

As of Sunday 21 July we have trapped two of the dogs that were hunting in the reserve. The trapped dogs are safe and unharmed. However, we are aware of at least two more – a white, knee-high fluffy dog with a black patch on its head, and another tan dog, also knee-high.

We are having signs made to warn residents to keep their dogs out of the reserve.

Please keep your dogs on leads.

If anyone knows who owns the dog in this photo, please contact Wildlife Watch on 066 227 5670.

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