Cat and Dog Registration
Animals and Pets
Pets are a much treasured part of the family in many homes, however owning a pet is also a responsibility that should not be taken lightly.
Cats and Dogs
All cats and dogs over three months of age must be registered and microchipped. Residents may only keep three (3) cats and/or three (3) dogs on any land except if a cattery permit or kennel licence is held. There are many benefits of registering your animal:
It is your proof of ownership.
Council can return lost pets to their owners quickly.
You can be contacted easily if your pet is involved in an accident/ incident and requires veterinary treatment.
When you register your cat or dog for the first time, you will receive a registration tag, this tag should be worn by your pet at all times. If the tag is lost at any stage please contact the Council Office on 4656 0500.
Responsible pet ownership and de-sexing of pets are strongly encouraged, as is regular exercise for your dog. Dogs are welcome at Council parks and reserves as long as they are supervised and under effective control. Pet owners must ensure their pet does not roam the streets and cause a nuisance to other residents. Bored dogs bark and annoy the neighbours Council requests that all dog owners ensure their dog / dogs do not cause a nuisance. Animal Registration Application (40 KB)
Animal Registration Application (40 KB)
At the Shire Office, 50 Brolga St Quilpie, where Eftpos facilities are available.
By post with the completed Application For Registration form enclosed and cheque to:
Quilpie Shire Council
PO Box 57
Quilpie QLD 4480
Click here for Council's Cat and Dog registration forms
Microchips allow vets and staff to quickly identify your pet by scanning it with a microchip reader. The microchip gives your cat or dog a unique number, which can be matched on databases that store information about your pet and your contact details. This helps with the speedy return of cats that are lost, at large or injured. Microchipping is available at vet surgeries & the RSPCA.