Melion Banned
#1

Does anybody know of any located anywhere around Limerick, Clare or Tipp?

Toulouse Registered User
#2

From http://www.lostandfound.ie/what_to_do_if_lost_dog.txt

Limerick
Limerick Co Co Dog Shelter,
Council’s Civic Amenity Centre,
Dock Road,Mungret Limerick.

Enquiries re: Stray/Impounded Dogs
Tel: 061 301604
Mobile No: 087 907 9505
Email:dogshelter@limerickcoco.ie
http://www.lcc.ie/Veterinary_Services/Stray_Animal_Control/

Clare
ISPCA Kennels
Warden: Frank Coote
Kennel Assistant Joe Coote
Pound Address I.S.P.C.A. Kennels Gort Road, Ennis, Co. Clare
Tel: 065 6820393
http://www.clarecoco.ie/Environment/Control_of_Animals.html#Dogs

Tipperary (North)
Dog Warden: John Maher
Pound Address: Knockalton, Nenagh.
run by North Tipperary County Council
Phone: (067) 33323

Opening Hours:
Monday 4pm - 5:30pm
Tues - Fri 9am - 10:30am
Closed Bank Holidays

http://www.tipperarynorth.ie/environment/env_dog_pou.html

Tipperary (South)
Dog Warden: Noel Culleton

The Council employs a full-time Dog Warden to operate the
Dog Warden service. A dog shelter has also been provided
at Gambonsfield, Kilsheelan, Clonmel Co Tipperary
run by South Tipperary County Council

The dog pound is open between the hours Monday -Friday 9:30am-10:30am

Tel: 052 33322
http://www.southtippcoco.ie/en/environment/animalcontrol/


Welfare groups operating in those counties can be found here. http://www.irishanimals.ie/general/index.html

meoklmrk91 Registered User
#3

Limerick: Mungret Pound, open Monday to Friday 9:30am - 10:30am. Contact no. 061 301604.

Clare: Ennis Pound, open Monday to Friday 9am - 1pm and Wednesdays 6:30 to 7:30. Contact no. 065 6820393.

South Tipp: Kilsheelan Pound, open Monday to Friday 9:30am to 10:30am. Contact no. (052)6133322.

North Tipp: Nenagh Pound, open Monday 4pm to 5:30pm and Tuesday 9am to 10:30am. Contact no. (067) 33323.

Hope that helps.

boomerang Registered User
#4

Also Limerick Animal Welfare take in stray dogs and find homes for them if they are not claimed:

www.limerickanimalwelfare.com

063 91110

Shazanne Registered User
#5

Please, if possible, avoid sending a dog to the pound. They are generally only given five days there before they are put to sleep. If you can at all, try to find a shelter or rescue centre in your area that will try to re-home the dog and give it a second chance.

boodlesdoodles Registered User
#6

I can second the post about Limerick Animal Welfare. Amazing rescue centre, totally voluntary with no State funding everything they get is from charity donations. The couple of times I've found stray dogs I've rang them and not the pound and both those dogs were successfully rehomed. Great place to adopt from too, fantastic after care.

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