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Council strikes gold for work with stray dogs

Friday, December 15, 2017

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STOCKTON-on-Tees Borough Council has once again received one of the RSPCA’s most prestigious accolades for its work with stray dogs.

The Council’s Animal Welfare team was awarded the ‘Gold Footprint’ at the charity’s Community Animal Welfare Awards.

“We’re delighted to have received this award,” said Councillor Steve Nelson, the Council’s Cabinet Member for Access, Communities and Community Safety.

“It recognises the exceptional work undertaken by our animal welfare officers and the care and professional approach they provide, with special emphasis on straying dogs being cared for and reunited with their owners.

“Well done to everyone involved for routinely going above and beyond to look after the health and wellbeing of these vulnerable animals.”

For further information about the work of the Council’s Animal Welfare team, or for advice on microchipping and other services, visit

Alternatively, call the service on 01642 526557 or email

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