Animal Noise - Barking Dogs
Dog and all pet owners must ensure their animals do not become a nuisance to other residents with excessive noise or smells. Occasionally, owners may be unaware that there is a problem. It is always recommended that neighbours discuss these issues with each other in a calm and positive way. This is usually the best way to solve a noise nuisance issue.
The fact sheets provided offer tips about why dogs bark, things a dog owner can do and things a complainant can do.
If a noise nuisance continues and attempts have been made to resolve it, please contact the Community Safety department for further information. You will be asked to provide details of the address, number of dogs/animals, which dogs are barking and you must provide your name, address and a contact number. Anonymous complaints are not able to be investigated.
Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
P. 1300 322 322
After Hours Contact
1300 322 322 to report emergency matters including dog attacks or threatening animals.
PDF Files Disclaimer
Adobe Acrobat is used to view Portable Document Files (PDF). Download the latest version of Adobe Reader from the Adobe website (the Adobe website opens in a new window).
All PDF files on this website open in a new window. If you cannot access a PDF document on this page, contact Frankston Council on 1300 322 322 for more details, or for a hard copy of the document.