Dog registration fees
Find out Council's dog registration fees, including discounts for pensioners, desexed dogs, government entity dogs and guide and assistance dogs.
All yearly registration fees for dogs are valid from 1 July 2018 and are GST exempt.
|Registration type||Full fee||Pensioner fees|
|Non-desexed dog||$142||Pensioner owners receive a 50% reduction on the non-pensioner fee|
|Desexed dog||$49.50||Pensioner owners receive a 50% reduction on the non-pensioner fee|
|Guide, hearing and assistance dogs||No fee||No fee|
|Government entity dog, for example police or customs dog||No fee||No fee|
|Registration type||Full fee||Reduced fee*|
|Non-desexed menacing dog||$557.30||$185.05|
|Desexed menacing dog||$557.30||$117.30|
*Granted in subsequent years upon successful performance review and continuing compliance with the conditions set.
Failure to register your dog annually from three months of age may result in a $243 fine.
Concessions for associations.
|Criteria||Full fee||Pensioner fees|
|Dogs Queensland||$49.50||Pensioner owners receive a 50% reduction on the non-pensioner fee|
|Greyhound Racing Authority (for Greyhounds only)||$49.50||Pensioner owners receive a 50% reduction on the non-pensioner fee|
You will receive a concession if:
- the dog is desexed
- you hold a current Centrelink Pensioner concession card
- you hold a Veterans' Affairs Repatriation Health card - for all conditions (Gold Card)
- you are a current member of either Dogs Queensland or the Greyhound Racing Authority
If your dog is desexed, you will need to specify this on the animal registration application to receive the concessional rate. You will need to specify details of the vet who undertook the procedure and the date the procedure took place.
If your dog is too young to be desexed at the time of registration, the desexed rate will be charged. When your next registration is due, the full fee will be charged if the dog is not desexed.
No additional concession is offered for dogs that are microchipped.