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Animal Registration Fees 2020/21 | Pay My Animal Registration

Dogs and cats over the age of 3 months must be microchipped and registered with Council. All registered animals will receive a Council tag that allows us to return them home quickly if they become lost.

All new animal registrations must include a microchip number and must be completed in person at any of our Customer Service Centres.

If the animal being registered is desexed, veterinary proof is required.

Animal registrations are due on 10 April each year. If dog or cat owners fail to register their furry friend, they may be liable for an on-the-spot fine of up to $330.

If your pet has lost or destroyed its registration tag, a new one can be purchased at any Shire office for $11.00.

There is a 50% reduction in registration fees on presentation of your pension card.


Animal Registration Fees 2020/21

All fees include GST

Dogs

Microchipped dogs, not desexed $130
Microchipped and desexed dogs $45
Dogs kept for working (must be approved by Local Laws) $50
Dogs kept for breeding under the Domestic Animal Act $50
Dogs registered with an Association approved by Council $50
Dangerous / Restricted Breed $700

Cats

Microchipped cats, not desexed $105
Microchipped and desexed cats $36
Cats kept for breeding under the Domestic Animal Act $40
Cats registered with an Association approved by Council $40


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COVID-19 COMMUNITY UPDATE

 

As per the announcement from the Premier today, our customer service centres and libraries will open up to the public as of tomorrow, Thursday 18 February 2021. To view our customer service centre opening hours, click here. For our opening hours for all libraries, click here.

Transfer stations, swimming pools and council community buildings will open with some restrictions remaining in place.

Patrons will need to ensure they adhere to restrictions in place including wearing face masks when required.

For further information on the current guidelines, please visit the Department of Health and Human Services website here: https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus.

Updated 17/02/2021

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