Dog Registrations

All dogs over the age of six months are to be registered with Council and it is an offence to keep an unregistered dog.

Registered dogs must wear the current Burnie City Council dog tag firmly attached to the collar.

All registrations fall due on 1 July each year.

Registering your dog assists Council to return your dog in the event of it being impounded, and to notify you in case of an accident.

As from 1 July, 2011 all dogs will be required to be Micro-chipped in accordance with the Dog Control Act 2000.

Written consent must be obtained from the Council to keep more than two domestic or four working dogs.

Registration fees for the year commencing 1 July 2017 are below.

Please Note: payment is due by 31st August, for late payments after this date please refer to Animal Management on the Fees and Charges page.

New registrations made after the 31st August, are charged a quarterly based pro-rata fee.

Fees

Classification 2017 - 2018
Sterilised dog
$22.00
Male and female dog $36.00  
Working/purebred/greyhound $36.00
Dangerous dog (section 29) $317.00
Dangerous dog (section 30-guard dog) $60.00

Pensioner
- Male and Female Dog
- Sterilised Dog

The concessional fee for pensioners is subject to production of a current Pension Card (Including Health Care Card).

 
$28.00
$17.00
 
Kennel licence for more than two dogs $115.00
Renewal of existing kennel licence $51.00
Replacement of dog tag $3.00
Transfer of registration $6.00