Find Animals For Sale, Adoption and Lost Pets

1. Adopt an Animal

We seek to rehome all animals at the Animal Management Facility that are not claimed by their owners, from sheep to kittens. All dogs and cats purchased from us are required to be lifetime registered.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Queanbeyan Animal Management Facility is closed to the public. The following process has been put in place to ensure the adoption of animals can still continue.

If you have a genuine interest in adopting any of the animals listed below, you will need to make an appointment to attend the Facility.

Appointments are available between Monday-Friday between 9am and 12.30pm and 1.30-4.30pm in 30 minute increments.

Appointments can be made by registering your interest via email to animalinfo@qprc.nsw.gov.au or by calling 6285 6269

Customers who arrive at the Facility without an appointment will not be permitted to enter the Facility.

No cash payments, card only.

Find a lost pet

If your pet has gone missing, you can view animals picked-up by our rangers online below or visit the animal management facility, located on Ellerton Drive and Old Sydney Road, Queanbeyan. You can also place your lost pet on the Canberra Lost Pet Database facebook page.

Cost

When you purchase them they will either be desexed or the cost of desexing will be included in the fee. You will receive a voucher to take to a local vet to have the animal operated on.

Rehoming Organisation Number

From 1 July 2019, the rules are changing for selling or giving away cats, kittens, dogs and puppies. People in NSW advertising them will need to include an ID number in all advertisements.

Council's Rehoming Organisation Number is: R251000189

Dogs

Desexed - Cost is $230 and includes:

  • C3 Vaccination
  • Microchip
  • Worming
  • Flea Treatment

Non Desexed - Cost is $375 and includes:

  • Desexing at one of the local vet clinics
  • C3 Vaccination
  • Microchip
  • Worming
  • Flea Treatment

Cats

Desexed - cost is $155 and includes:

  • F3 Vaccination
  • Microchip
  • Worming
  • Flea Treatment

Non Desexed - cost is $350 and includes:

  • Desexing at one of the local vet clinics
  • C3 Vaccination
  • Microchip
  • Worming
  • Flea Treatment
7 Result(s) Found

Rooster

Found on 22 May 2020

  • Council Reference Number : S141
  • Location Found : Surrendered
  • Breed : Plymoth Rock
  • Colour : Speckled
  • Sex : Male
  • Desexed : No
  • Additional Info : If you wish to purchase this handsome bloke please ring the facility to book an appointment.
  • Available for Adoption : Yes

Tagged as : Livestock

Penny

Found on 21 May 2020

  • Council Reference Number : S361
  • Location Found : Surrendered
  • Breed : Labrador x
  • Colour : Black
  • Sex : Female
  • Desexed : Yes
  • Additional Info : Penny is a very happy girl, she loves to meet new people but needs to be taught some manners and requires ongoing obedience training. She would suit an active person with lots of time for training and walks. Penny is not suitable for families with children. If you would like to meet her please ring the facility to arrange an appointment..
  • Available for Adoption : Yes

Tagged as : Dog

Tia

Found on 21 May 2020

  • Council Reference Number : S360
  • Location Found : Front Pens
  • Breed : Bull Arab x
  • Colour : White
  • Sex : Female
  • Desexed : No
  • Additional Info : Tia is the more outgoing of the two pups, she is very friendly and wants lots of pats and love. She requires ongoing obedience training. Temperament TBA. If you would like to meet her please ring the facility to arrange an appointment..

Tagged as : Dog

Gunner

Found on 21 May 2020

  • Council Reference Number : S359
  • Location Found : Front Pens
  • Breed : Bull Arab x
  • Colour : Brindle
  • Sex : Male
  • Desexed : No
  • Additional Info : Gunner is a reserved dog who waits for his older sister to make the first move with strangers. He requires on-going obedience training, temperament TBA. If you would like to meet him please ring the facility to arrange an appointment..

Tagged as : Dog

Toby

Found on 19 May 2020

  • Council Reference Number : S358
  • Location Found : Surrendered
  • Breed : Bull Arab x
  • Colour : Black and White
  • Sex : Male
  • Desexed : No
  • Additional Info : You may recognise this boy from a few weeks ago. He was re-homed but unfortunately his ability to jump fences has landed him back in the facility. He is a friendly boy who requires ongoing obedience training and a home who will be able to meet the requirements to keep him secure.
  • Available for Adoption : Yes

Tagged as : Dog

S172

Found on 18 May 2020

  • Council Reference Number : S172
  • Location Found : Boronia Cres
  • Breed : DLH
  • Colour : Black
  • Sex : Male
  • Desexed : Yes
  • Additional Info : This boy is a gentle ball of fluff. He has a preexisting issue with his left eye which the vets suspect may have been caused from an injury when he was younger. He uses a litter tray well and is good with other cats. Queanbeyan Vet Hospital don't believe there will be ongoing costs with his eye injury. If you would like to meet this unique fellow please ring the facility to book an appointment.

Tagged as : Cat

Luke

Found on 15 May 2020

  • Council Reference Number : 356
  • Location Found : Primrose Valley
  • Breed : Cattle dog x
  • Colour : White and Brown
  • Sex : Male
  • Additional Info : Luke the ladies man is only 12 months old. He is lovely on the lead and looks for constant reassurance. Luke would enjoy further obedience training. He has been around children. Luke would suit a family to call his own. Not suitable with cats. Luke will be available from the 29/05

Tagged as : Dog

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Search Lost Animals

Please be aware that pet owners have a range of responsibilities under the Companion Animals Act NSW 1998. There are also a number of factors to consider when thinking about getting a pet.

2. Keeping Your Pet Safe

To make sure we can get your pet back to you safely they must be microchipped, registered and your contact details need to be up to date.

Find out about registering and microchipping your pet.

You can also keep your owner’s profile up to date  online with the NSW Pet Registry.

Being a Responsible Owner

Pet owners in NSW have a range of responsibilities under the Companion Animals Act.

Find out about your responsibilities as a pet owner. 

3. Contact the Animal Management Facility

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Queanbeyan Animal Management Facility is closed to the public. The following process has been put in place to ensure the adoption of animals can still continue.

If you have a genuine interest in adopting any of the animals listed, you will need to make an appointment to attend the Facility.

The animal management facility is located on Old Sydney Road, Queanbeyan (Cnr Ellerton Drive and Old Sydney Road) - View in Google maps

Appointments are available between Monday-Friday between 9am and 12.30pm and 1.30-4.30pm in 30 minute increments.

Appointments can be made by registering your interest via email to animalinfo@qprc.nsw.gov.au or by calling: 6285 6269

Customers who arrive at the Facility without an appointment will not be permitted to enter the Facility.

No cash payments, card only.

The facility is staffed by Council rangers and they are responsible for:

  • Operating and managing the pound
  • Enforcement of the Companion Animals Act 1998 and Impounding Act 1993
  • School education programs
  • Responding to domestic animal complaints
  • Seizing roaming and nuisance animals
  • Microchipping and registration.