Council enforcing municipal ordinance relating to animals

The Councillor for Cleaning and Urban Ecology, José Miguel García, has reported that during the past few days, the Council has been implementing the municipal ordinances relating to the keeping of animals and the Local Police have fined several people for not cleaning up after their animals.

Breaches of municipal ordinances

Several people have apparently been fined during the past few days for breaches of municipal ordinances, some relating to the keeping of animals and failure to clean up after their pets, others for depositing rubbish in containers outside the specified times. Regarding the former, there are many who will say, ‘not before time’.

Updated municipal ordinance in Fuengirola relating to pets

Fuengirola Council has updated its municipal ordinance relating to the keeping of pets, in particular dogs deemed to belong to ‘dangerous breeds’. The old ordinance dated back to 1991. Included under the new rules for dangerous dogs are such items as only walking one animal per person and the use of a rigid fastening no more than one metre in …

Vélez-Málaga Council fed up with dirty streets

Awareness campaigns by Vélez-Málaga Council regarding the depositing of rubbish on the streets at correct times and the necessity for pet owners to clear up after their animals have apparently fallen upon deaf ears during recent years, so the Council has decided it is about time to take action.

Pet profiles

A new study has revealed that one in ten of all UK pets have their own Facebook page, Twitter profile or YouTube channel, and more than half of UK pet owners are sharing photos of their pets online. The latter, of course, is quite normal and natural.