More than 80 per cent of fines issued by Shoalhaven City Council in the last quarter were for animal issues or parking violations.
A compliance review, tendered to the Development and Environment committee meeting on Tuesday, August 4, showed of the 1041 fines issued from April to June 2020 513 were for animal issues and 368 for parking.
Environmental issues came in third, with 147 fines issued.
The council collected a total $307,151 for all infringements.
More than $66,000 was for parking fines, and $171,640 for animal issues.
The council expects to retain about 70 per cent of the revenue after a percentage is retained by Revenue NSW.
Councillor Mitchell Pakes claimed the number of fines for animal issues was on the rise, however did not provide historic numbers.
Councillor Patricia White requested the figures for animal issues over the 2019-2020 period, which will be made available to councillors later in the week.
Council rangers take a zero-tolerance approach to unregistered dogs, dogs not under effective control, or a dog attack on a person or another dog.