Visit the Dogs and Cats Online portal for registration and payment.
Dog laws and responsibilities, registrations and fees.
Information on how best to manage cats responsibly so they are not a nuisance to the environment, wildlife or other residents and their pets.
Owners must microchip their dogs and cats by 12 weeks of age or at the point of sale. Microchipping means your pet is permanently identified Australia-wide and can be safely returned to you, even if its collar or Council registration disc has come off.
The Council’s management of urban animal issues has an impact on the health, wellbeing and lives of the whole community and the welfare of animals in the City. This Plan is therefore designed for everyone in the City of Burnside from dog and cat owners to those who have no pets, and sets the direction for the Council in animal management until 2023.
401 Greenhill Rd,
Tusmore SA 5065
Mon - Fri 8.30 am to 5 pm
Public Holidays CLOSED