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Saturday, December 4, 2021

Cavoodle crowned Canada Bay top dog

A recent report from the NSW Pet Registry has revealed the City of Canada Bay’s top dog breeds.

Out of more than 15,000 registered dogs, Cavoodles took out the top spot followed by Labrador Retrievers, Maltese dogs, Jack Russell Terriers and Toy Poddles.

“We love our pets in the City of Canada Bay,” City of Canada Bay Mayor Angelo Tsirekas said.

Cavoodles are known for being intelligent and gentle, making them the perfect companion for all ages. They are also hypoallergenic and shed no hair – no doubt a huge selling point for families.

Mayor Tsirekas praised dog owners fin the municipality or doing the right thing and lifetime registering their dogs after microchipping.

“Our pets become members of our families. Ensure it’s possible to be reunited with them by registering their details at Council,” he Tsirekas said.

Pet registration fees go directly to the Companion Animals Fund which pays for companion animal management by local Councils including pounds and shelters, ranger services, dog recreation areas, and education and awareness programs.

Thinking of adopting a new pet? This year the NSW Government announced free lifetime pet registration for people who adopt a rescue pet to ensure more dogs and cats find a forever home.

Click here for more information about registering your pet or call the City of Canada Bay on 9911 6555.

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