Dog Control Service
Dog Kennel service
Newport City Council’s dog kennel service (Coronation Kennels) takes in stray dogs found by Newport residents or brought in by the council’s dog wardens.
The kennels will be closed on Saturday 29 March and will re-open as usual on Sunday 30 March
Stephenson Street, Newport, NP19 0RB. See Coronation Kennels on the My Newport map.
Stray dogs found outside working hours should be reported to Summerhill Veterinary Centre on (01633) 255394.
Unwanted dogs are accepted from Newport residents depending on an assessment of the dog’s temperament.
The kennel service has won an RSPCA award for its work with stray dogs…
Dangerous dog issues must be reported to the police.
Dogs entering the kennels are checked for illness or injury and are treated by a vet if necessary.
Two heated kennel blocks provide sixteen kennels with individual sleeping and exercise areas.
Owners have 7 days to claim their dog and every effort is made by the wardens and kennel staff to contact owners.
There is a charge for this service and all monies must be paid before the dog is collected (cash or cheque with bankers card accepted).
A re-homing service is available for unclaimed stray dogs and includes, read more and take a look at dogs currently in need of a new home…
Newport City Council’s kennel service has won an RSPCA Community Animal Welfare Footprints award for its work.
Education and advice
For information about caring for your dog or to ask about financial help in getting your dog neutered contact:
Coronation KennelsNewport City Council
NP19 0RB (see Coronation Kennels on the My Newport map)
Telephone: 01633 656656 (Monday-Friday) or 01633 290902 (weekends)