When you bring a new pet into your home, get them off to the right start. That means making sure they’re registered, microchipped and desexed.
When it comes to selecting a dog or puppy, take your time to think about what type of dog you are after, and what type of dog is right for you and your family.
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When it comes to selecting a cat or kitten, take your time to think about what type of cat you are after, and what type of pet is right for you and your family.
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Adopt, don't shop.
If you're thinking of bringing a new dog or cat into your home, check out the animals waiting to be adopted at various animal rescue operators.
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Rescue services and shelters do important work for animals in our community.
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Under the Companion Animals Act 1988 you must have your dog or cat microchipped before they’re 12 weeks old. This enables you to keep track of your best mate.
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Dogs must be registered before they are 6 months old and cats must be registered before they are 4 months old. It’s just one form and one payment for life.
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We strongly encourage you to consider desexing your dog or cat. As well as preventing unwanted breeding, desexing will help your pet to live longer and make them less prone to roam and fight.
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You need to change your pet registration contact details if you change your address or phone number,
move to Albury from interstate or adopt a new dog or cat.
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