Dogs and Cats Online
Dogs and Cats Online is a central database for microchipped and registered dogs and cats and registration payments. Dogs and Cats Online will also be the register of breeders.
Existing dog owners should receive a renewal notice in the mail during July 2020 with their dog’s new lifetime registration disc (replacing the annual disc) and instructions on how to complete their annual dog registration on Dog and Cats Online. If you do not receive a renewal notice for your dog, please contact Council on 8752 1044 .
All dogs must be registered when they reach three (3) months of age and then re-registered each year on the 1st July with an extended payment period between 1 July and 31 August. If you purchase or obtain a dog older than three (3) months of age, then you have 14 days in which to register the dog.
It doesn't matter at what time of the year your first registration is done. If the dog is not registered in either of these cases, then penalties may apply.
A dog should wear a collar at all times fitted with their current registration disc.
Dog Registration fees for 2020-2021
The following fees have been endorsed by the Minister and the Dog and Cat Management Board for the 2020-2021 financial year:
Standard Dog - Dexexed & Microchipped
Standard Dog - Desexed & Microchipped (Pensioner)
Standard Dog - Working dog - Desexed and Microchipped
Standard Dog - Working Dog - Desexed and Microchipped (Pensioner)
Non Standard Dog - (Not Desexed or Microchipped)
Non Standard Dog (Pensioner - Not Desexed or Microchipped)
Non Standard Dog - Working Dog (Not Microchipped)
Non Standard Dog - Working Dog (Pensioner)(Not Microchipped)
Business Dog eg Breeder, Boarding Kennel, Training Kennel, Racing Kennel
Guide, Hearing & Disability Dogs
*Please note all registration fees are GST exempt
From 1 July, owners must microchip their dogs and cats by 12 weeks of age or at the point of sale. Veterinarians may exempt an animal for medical reasons. Owners are encouraged to take advantage of the numerous discount microchipping days throughout the state. Visit chipblitz.com for upcoming dates, locations and to make a booking. Alternatively, contact your local vet.
Dogs and cats born after the 1 July must be desexed by 6 months of age or 28 days after purchase by the owner. Working livestock dogs as well as dogs and cats owned by registered breeders will be exempt from the requirement to desex, however will still need to be microchipped.
People who breed dogs and cats for sale after 1 July 2018 must register with the Dog and Cat Management Board as a breeder. Your breeder registration number must be included in all advertisements for a dogs and cats. There are new requirements to disclose the breeder registration number and other information to the buyer at the point of sale. All breeders are required to follow the new industry standards and guidelines.