If your Animal has been impounded or if you are missing a pet, please contact Ranger Services on (08) 9257 9999.
If your call is received outside of Ranger hours please leave your details with the after-hours operators, and a Ranger will return your call the following working day.
For Pound release and Ranger hours please refer to our contact page
The City of Kalamunda strive to ensure every effort is made in reuniting Animals with their rightful owner. If the owner does not come forward the City make every effort to ensure animals are re-homed. The City uses an endorsed external agency which
specialise in the re-homing of Animals under the appropriate legislation.
NOTE: Animals are NOT re-homed directly to the public from the City’s animal management facility .
NOTE: Registration details supersede microchip and animal tag details. It is highly recommended that all registration contact information is kept up to date.
Whilst the registration, microchipping and sterilisation (cats only) is required by State Legislation, it is also the quickest and easiest way to have lost animals reunited with their owners. Local Governments, Veterinarians and Animal Shelters all have
access to microchip scanning equipment and contact numbers for the database companies.
Council Registration tags ensure that Rangers are able to quickly access your information and contact owners to advise of found or impounded animals.
Name and Address tags on dogs and cats mean that any person who has found your pet can make contact any time of day or night, and ensure a timely reunite with you and your pet.
Please ensure that if you move house, sell or re-home your pet that you update the registration contact details with your local government and also update the microchip details with the national database companies, this can often be done via your regular
Whilst the City of Kalamunda does not directly deal with wildlife issues, we do promote the protection and care of native animals in our environment.
Dogs & Cats
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.