New public health directive in effect from 17 Dec

The Qld Govt has released a new public health directive in effect from 17 Dec. It includes restrictions related to vaccination status.

Visit Queensland Health for more information

Microchip, register and desex your pet

If you own a dog or cat and live in the Redlands Coast, you are legally required to microchip and register your pet. 

Whilst you are only required to register dogs and cats in the Redlands Coast, you may require a permit for other animals.

We also encourage you to get your pet desexed – a simple procedure that helps pets to live longer and healthier lives, makes them less prone to wander and fight, and of course, create less unwanted litters.

All desexed animals will receive a discount on the registration fee.

Whilst all dogs and cats must be registered by 12 weeks of age, a discount is offered for animals registered between 3-6 months of age.

More information for pet owners

Find out more information about keeping cats and dogs, including registration and legislation at the Toolbox site.

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