Call Council Office 08 8083 8900

Animal Registrations

Lifetime registration for your pet.

Step One.

Low Cost Microchipping

Puppies and Kittens must, by 12 weeks of age, be permanently identified through microchipping.

A microchip is the size of a grain of rice. Your pet will feel little pain as the chip is inserted quickly and safely between the shoulders.

Inside the chip is a number which can be read by scanners to identify your pet.

The statewide Register records all microchip numbers linked to owner's details. This means you can be informed if your pet is found.

Your Privacy is strictly protected as only authorised people can access the Registry, which is not linked to any other database.

What you pay: $45.00

Step Two.

One off registration fee

Registration fees help councils provide pounds, rangers, dog refuse bins and other pet facilities

Companion Animals Act (Dogs and Cats) Effective

1st July 1999 Lifetime Registration

 

 

 

Lifetime Registration ( Un-desexed Dog and Cat)


$201.00

Lifetime Registration (Desexed Dog and Cat)


$55.00

Lifetime Registration Pensioner's (Un-desexed Dog or Cat)


$201.00

Lifetime Reg. Pensioners (Desexed Dog or Cat)


$23.00

Microchip & Implantation


$45.00

Inspection of Dangerous dog facilities


$150.00

How to lifetime register your pet

When you register your pet, you will need:
  • A certificate of microchipping or a letter from your vet.
  • Proof of desexing from your vet, or statutory declaration.
  • Any documents which entitle you to a discount.
If you got your dog after July 1999, it must be microchipped and lifetime registered through your local council

If your dog is not registered with your local council, you must have it microchipped and lifetime registered.

If you got your cat before July 1999, it does not have to be registerd, however you must identify your cat with a collar and tag or a microchip.

If you got your cat after July, 1999, it must be microchipped and lifetime registered through your local council.

Contact

Ranger / Animal Control Officer
Phone: 08 8083 8900
council@centraldarling.nsw.gov.au


Animal Detainment Fees

 

 

 

 

Cat, Dog, Pig-Release Fee


$22.00

Release Fee Second Offence


$44.00

Maintenance/Sustenance Fee-Per Day


$16.50

Goat, Sheep-Release Fee


$16.50

Release Fee Second Offence


$44.00

Maintenance/Sustenance Fee-Per Day


$16.50

Horse, Cattle-Release Fee


$66.00

Release Fee Second Offence


$93.50

Maintenance/Sustenance Fee-Per Day


$27.50