Looking after your pets is an important factor to consider when looking into buying new real estate in Bentleigh East. Ensuring the property you choose has the appropriate facilities to keep animals in safe and out of public should be a main drawcard when moving into the local property market.
If an animal is found wandering the streets of Glen Eira, it will be collected by the council's civic compliance officers who will make the best effort to try identify the pet and get in touch with the owner. Glen Eira's Manager Building and Civic Compliance John Bordignon said the best way to achieve this is to make sure your pet is wearing a collar with identification details or has been implanted with a microchip.
"If your animal is registered and wearing its Council tag, and we can contact you, in most cases your animal may be easily returned. During the 2013/14 financial year, 367 dogs and 125 cats were returned/reclaimed," said Mr Bordignon in a 29 September statement.
If you're interested in finding animal-appropriate property in Bentleigh East, get in touch with Matt Hurlston at Ray White Carnegie. His insight into the local market will help you find the most appropriate home for your needs.