Crackdown on Cats and Dogs

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Crackdown on Cats and Dogs

The Logan City Council is in the middle of a crackdown on unregistered pets throughout Logan City. The crackdown will involve Council officers attending properties to carry out inspections between 6am and 6pm, Monday to Friday.

If you fail to comply with notices to register cats and dogs, you may be liable to a fine of $266.

The Logan City Council have issued new fees for registering cats and dogs as of the 1st of September 2019. Here are the current prices:

Desexed cat or dog – $36.00

(Pensioner) Desexed cat or dog – $31.00

Entire kitten/puppy (under 12 months) – $36.00

Entire cat or dog (over 12 months) – $153.5

(Pensioner) entire cat or dog – $111.00

Registered cat and dogs receive a registration tag that can be attached to their collar. This tag helps the council to quickly identify your cat or dog if it escapes or gets lost.

It is also recommended that your animal gets microchipped. For just $20. Click here to find out more.

Do you know what to do if you lose your pet in Logan City?

  1. Check the council’s website for the impounded animals page here. They regularly add photos of recently impounded animals.
  2. Regularly visit the Animal Management Center located at 213 Queens Road Kingston Qld 4114 as your animal may be in transit. Phone 3412 5397.
  3. Check the surrounding city’s councils websites or animal management centres.
  4. Check your local vet or animal welfare agencies.

Are you looking for a new furry family member?

Looking for a new Furry Family Member?

The Logan Animal Management Centre frequently rehomes cats and dogs looking for a second chance at life. All rehomed animals have been behaviour checked, desexed and microchipped, vaccinated and wormed. Dogs are $325.00, Kittens are $195.00. Cats over 5 years old are $45.00 and Cats 1-5 years old are $115.00.

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