Exactly 659 or $213,285 worth of fines were issued for animal-related offences over the past three months according to a recent report.
The quarterly review of compliance matters also detailed 1111 parking fines issued by Shoalhaven City Council rangers between April and June this year, totalling $213,288.
Mayor Amanda Findley said it was fantastic no penalties were issued around pool or fire safety compliance.
"Parking is always a high infringement, but I think the most surprising is how many animal related issues we had in the Shoalhaven," Cr Findley said.
"Together the two issues accounted for 1770 of the penalty notices and among them were eight dog on dog attack incidents.
"While this is not a great number, it is a stern reminder to dog owners that unless in an allocated dog off-leash area your dog must be on a restraint while walking.
"Each owner received a $1320 penalty for the incident and are now expected to provide adequate controls and housing to prevent future incidents."
Fines totalling $93,910 were issued for compliance matters which included penalty notices for unauthorised construction, water pollution and failure to dispose of asbestos properly.