Strathbogie Shire Council

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Animal registration blitz across the shire

Wednesday, 1 May, 2019

Strathbogie Shire Council urges residents who have not yet registered or re-registered their pets to make sure they do so before 5pm, Monday 13th May.

Animal registrations were due on Wednesday 10th April and to date, 30 percent of animals who were previously registered with Council have not been re-registered.

Council has provided a two week amnesty for residents to give them another chance to register without incurring a fine and will be sending out reminder letters to those who have failed to re-register their animals.

After Monday 13th May, Council will commence a registration blitz by door-knocking across the shire to ensure domestic animals are registered, as required by law.

Failure to register your pet within the amnesty period may result a $317 fine per animal.

Strathbogie Shire Council Chief Executive Officer, Steve Crawcour said it is Council’s responsibility to ensure all dogs and cats living in the shire are registered.

“We understand that sometimes in our busy lives things get forgotten, so we are offering an amnesty for you to register your pets,” Mr Crawcour explained.

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