• Document No.

  • Companion Animal Capture

  • Mosman Municipal Council

  • Conducted on

INSTRUCTIONS. . Scan animal and attempt to contact owner or secondary contact. IMPORTANT: When/if you speak to the owner, state, 'You will be receiving a warning unless you have already received a warning, in which case, you may receive an infringement'. . If address is in Mosman, drive there to see if anyone is home to take charge of the animal. . Record the name of the person you release the animal to. . If unable to make contact, leave message where animal will be impounded with your name and contact number. . Council's pound is the Cremorne Veterinary Hospital at 73 Spofforth Street, Mosman. . The operating hours are Monday to Friday 8am-7pm, Saturday 9am-4pm & Sunday 10am-12pm. . Phone: 9953 1090. . You must fill out the top section of the Impounding Book, which is at the Cremorne Vet, including your signature and name. . If outside of the operating hours, impound the animal at the North Shore Veterinary Specialist Centre at 64 Atchison Street (corner Oxley Street) Crows Nest NSW 2065. . Phone: 8999 7808. . Email DCS Rangers of actions. . Complete this form at earliest practicable time, ensuring at least all mandatory fields have been completed, the more fields completed the better. . Under the heading, 'Companion Animal Capture', input the microchip number and one of the following: Impounded or Returned. This becomes the précis in ECM.

  • Location of pickup. (Mandatory).
  • Circumstances of capture. (Mandatory).

  • Details of third party.

  • Explanation.

  • Date and time. (Mandatory).

  • Photos.

  • Microchip number. (Mandatory).

  • Species. (Mandatory).

  • Breed.

  • Please specify.

  • Gender.

  • Colour.

  • Name of animal.

  • Owner contacted? (Mandatory).

  • Where was animal taken? (Mandatory).

  • Where was the animal taken?

  • Name of person released to.

  • Action taken? (Mandatory).

  • What action was taken?

  • Comments.

  • Ranger. (Mandatory).

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