Dogs

Dog Registrations

Dogs must registered within 14 days of being on a property or when they reach 3 months of age. Dog registrations are annual and are renewed between 1 July and 31 August each year.

The information enables local Councils to keep a register of dogs in the area. Your dog should always wear a collar with the registration disc securely attached so the dog can be identified and returned to their owner quickly.

You can pay online now by clicking here

What do I need?

The following information must be provided at the time of lodging your registration:

  • Completed dog registration form: Dog Registration Form(1547 kb)
  • Identification
  • Copy of concession card (for reduction in fees, if applicable)
  • Copy of any forms related to micro-chipping, de-sexing, training (for reduction in fees, if applicable)
What will it cost in 2016/17?
Full Registration: $65.00
Desexed: $39.00
Concession: $32.50
Desexed and Concession: $19.50
Mid-year fee*: $32.50
Microchipped: $58.50
Trained**: $58.50
Desexed and Microchipped: $32.50
Desexed/Trained*/Microchipped: $26.00

*Registration after 1 January 2017 for full new registrations only, mid-year fee does not apply to any concessional fees or late renewals.

**The requirements to obtain a training rebate are currently under review by the Dog and Cat Management board.  However, owners who can demonstrate that the dog has obtained a basic level of training through a recognised obedience club or personal trainer will be eligible for the training rebate.

Dog registrations are renewed yearly from 1 July to 31 August. A $15 late fee applies if you re-register your dog after 31 August.

How can I submit my dog registration?
  • Online
  • Scan documents and email to Playford@playford.sa.gov.au
  • Mail to 12 Bishopstone Road, DAVOREN PARK SA 5113
  • In person between 9:00am – 5:00pm, Monday to Friday at the Playford Civic Centre, 10 Playford Boulevard, Elizabeth

If you return the Dog Registration Form via mail or email, one of our Customer Contact Officers will contact you in business hours to process your payment via credit card.

Dog Safety 

If your dog is missing ACT QUICKLY! If a dog is found in a public or private place without the consent of the occupier and nobody is exercising effective control over the dog, it is considered to be 'wandering at large' (an offence under the Dog and Cat Management Act 1995). To prevent this from occurring, always have your dog on a cord or leash (no longer than two metres), or if you are in an off-lead park make sure you stay near enough to your dog to give commands that it will hear and obey.

Dog owners in rural areas must take extra care to ensure that their dog/s are contained. Wandering dogs in rural areas cause distress and damage to stock, heavy penalties apply for dogs found wandering.

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Has your dog bee n barking constantly?

Would you like some helpful ideas to help stop your dog from barking?

Click here to view advice to owners with barking dogs.
Click here to view quick and easy exercise and activities for dogs

Dog and Cat Management Board's helpful publication: Dog Owners handbook

 
Don't Let Your Dog Wander

  • Ensure your dog is unable to escape from your yard
  • Make sure your dog is under effective control in public places
  • Ensure your dog always wears a collar with the registration disc securely attached
  • If your dog is lost contact the City of Playford
  • Heavy penalties apply for dogs found wandering

Click here to view helpful tips for owners with wandering dogs.

Post: 12 Bishopstone Road, Davoren Park SA 5113 | Visit: Playford Civic Centre, 10 Playford Boulevard, Elizabeth
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