Registration Renewals for dog owners are due 30 September 2021. Dog owners should have received notices in their mailboxes or via email. If you haven’t received your notice or if your circumstances have changed please let us know.
This year, Council is introducing life-time tags. For dog owners, this means that you will not be issued with a new tag upon renewing your dog’s registration. Instead, owners will be able to continue to use last year’s tag and carry over the same registration number.
5 Dog Registration Tips!
- If you have lost or if your dog’s registration tag is damaged, let us know and we can issue you with a new tag.
- If you need to register a new dog, the best way is to bring all your paperwork into a Customer Service and Library Centre for processing. Remember to make sure you have the following documents:
- Desexed Certificate
- Microchip Number
- Concession Card
- We will check to see if your contact details are up to date when you renew your registration, however, please don’t forget to let us know if your details change – that way we can ensure to get your beloved pet back to you as soon as possible if they happen to wander.
- Did you know that you are only allowed to keep two dogs on an allotment with an area between 451m2 and 4000m2? Dog owners can apply for an Excess Animal Permit, please enquire with our Customer Service team if you intend to keep more than two dogs on your property.
- Registration Fees can be found in Council’s 2021-22 Fees & Charges document available on our website or at a Customer Service and Library Centre.
For further information visit Council’s website www.northburnett.qld.gov.au or contact Council’s Compliance team on 1300 696 272.