Enfield Vets lost pets and adoption centre

Lost Pets/Adoption Centre

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Enfield Veterinary Hospital
94 Coronation Parade
NSW 2136

02 9747 3999


Lost or Found Pets

Enfield Veterinary Hospital is the pound for Burwood & Strathfield councils. We take in stray cats and dogs from these areas and hold them for a period of 7 days if they don't have a microchip, or 14 days if they are identified with a microchip. After the holding period they are put up for adoption to be re-homed. We update the website & our facebook page with photos of all the pound animals that are looking for a new loving home.



If you have found a stray dog, the best first step is to ring the Animal Control Officer for the council area in which the dog is located. They will then advise you if they will come and collect the dog or where you can take it.

BURWOOD - 9911 9911
STRATHFIELD - 9748 9999
ASHFIELD - 9392 5000 (Inner West Council) - Pets held at Sydney Dogs & Cats Home 9587 9611
CANTERBURY/BANKSTOWN - 9707 9000 - Pets held at Rossmore Vet 9606 6984
CANADA BAY - 9911 6555 - Pets held at Blacktown Animal Holding Facility 9839 6161

 If it is outside normal hours or the rangers don’t answer, you should take the dog to the closest vet to be scanned for a microchip.

 If you have found a cat that seems lost – if it is friendly and allows touching, it is likely owned and not far from its home. The best advice is to NOT feed it, and ask if anyone around the neighbourhood knows where it belongs. If it has been unclaimed for more than a few days you can bring it to be scanned for a microchip, however Council have no obligations to take in cats the way they do with dogs and if there is no microchip it should be returned to its original location.

 If the cat is wild/feral and does not allow approach or touching and is menacing your own pets/people, you can hire a humane trap from Council or Kennard's Hire and most councils will then collect them for removal (Please call and check with your own council first, as they all have different policies regarding this).



 If you have lost a dog or cat you should:

* ask around the neighbourhood

* check any usual walking routes/favourite houses/parks

* call your local council and make sure the contact details on your pet’s microchip are current and have them listed as “Missing”

* call any local vet clinics and leave your contact details

* make some posters/notes with a recent photo to leave in letterboxes around where the pet was last seen.

* There are now some very useful online resources as well:

Dogs Ready to find a New Life

Adoption fee from $300 (dependant on size). All of our dogs come desexed, vaccinated, microchipped, heartworm tested, treated for fleas & intestinal worms, and the adoption fee also covers their lifetime council registration.


A young adult male Staffy x Boxer, Bugsy is a sweet natured but very active young fella. He can sit when asked, but has not been taught proper doggy manners yet so tends to jump up alot in his excitement. Looking for an active home, probably best NOT with young children or the elderly (liable to knock them over), he has been out to play with dogs of similar size with no concerning behaviours seen. 



Cats in need of loving homes!

Adoption Fee $250.  All of our cats come desexed, vaccinated, microchipped, treated for fleas & intestinal worms, and the adoption fee also covers their lifetime council registration.



Two beautifully natured adolescent brothers, HAMISH & ANDY were found abandoned in an apartment when the tenants moved away and left them behind to fend for themselves.

Andy is the more outgoing of the boys, and will gladly come to anyone for head rubs, purring and scritches. Hamish is a little more discerning and will take a little more time getting to know you first, but once comfortable, he is just as affectionate as his brother.





Cinnamon is a sweet, quiet little girl who can be a bit shy in new environments and around loud noises/too much happening, so we recommend she would not be suitable for a very busy household or with young children. 
She is getting used to the presence of dogs and actively seeks the company of other cats.




Beanie is a very gentle pawed player who loves a good smooch! Surrendered after discovering their son was allergic and not knowing what else to do, Bean is ready and raring to go!







To see some of our previously adopted animals, check out our Adoption Success Stories gallery!