Dog Management Bylaw 2012
Ture ā-Rohe Tiakina Kurī 2012
The Dog Management Bylaw 2012 contains dog owners' obligations around access and how a dog needs to be controlled in public. The bylaw also limits the number of dogs that can be kept on one property without a licence.
What the Dog Management Bylaw does
The bylaw implements the Auckland Council policy on Dogs 2012.
- states where dogs are allowed under control off a leash
- states where dogs are allowed under control on a leash
- states where dogs are not allowed
- requires dog owners to immediately remove and appropriately dispose of their dogs' faeces
- limits the number of dogs on a premises
- requires the de-sexing of uncontrolled dogs.
Dog owners also have obligations under national legislation. To find out more about those see A guide for dog owners .
Get a copy of the Dog Management Bylaw 2012