Glenfield Road Animal Shelter
Glenfield Road Animal Shelter is a state of the art facility designed to provide the best care possible to over 1500 impounded animals each year.
Council's Companion Animal Management Officers also investigate complaints made by the public regarding straying dogs, barking dogs, dog attacks, nuisance cats and straying stock.
Phone: (02) 6971 4651
Opening hours: Monday - Saturday, 1pm - 4:15pm
Location: Turn off Glenfield Road south of Urana St intersection, opposite the Juvenile Justice facility.
About the shelter
Glenfield Road Animal Shelter provides the very best care for lost and abandoned companion animals. Over 1000 dogs and 350 cats are cared for by our staff each year.
The new facility, opened in 2015, is a clean, healthy and safe environment which is temperature controlled, secure and staffed by professional animal rangers. It has a designated viewing area and self-sustained veterinary room.
We strive to reunite lost pets with their owners, and rehouse the ones left behind or abandoned.
The Glenfield Road Animal Shelter is open to the public Monday - Saturday between 1:00pm and 4:15pm, and our Animal Management Rangers are available during business hours on (02) 6971 4651.
If you are looking for a family pet, you can see pictures of the animals that are currently in the shelter. The animal management team can help you find the right pet that fits in with your family and lifestyle.
Wagga Wagga City Council Glenfield Road Animal Shelter (GRAS) Statistics
As part of the ongoing review of the operations at the animal shelter staff have started presenting specific information on activity levels at GRAS to assist in the overall management of the shelter. Below are graphs which provide information on the animals entering and leaving the shelter.
Council reports annually to Office of Local Government (OLG) on the incoming and outgoing statistics of animals at the animal shelter and the following summary of animals entering the shelter has been compiled utilizing the information provided to the OLG over the last three (3) years:
As indicated in the graphs below, Council has received 3166 dogs and 1342 cats (in total) into the animal shelter for the three year period from 2012/13 to 2014/15. During that period, 86% of dogs and 54% of cats were adopted, rehomed or reunited with their owners.
Dogs incoming 2012 - 2015
Dogs outgoing 2012 - 2015
Cats incoming 2012 - 2015
Cats outgoing 2012 - 2015
This information will be provided to the public via Council's website and will be updated on a yearly basis.