Annual Permits - Non Desexed Cats & Dangerous & Restricted Dogs

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The NSW Government is committed to promoting responsible pet ownership and improving animal welfare standards.

Desexing improves the health and wellbeing of cats, including lowering the risk of some cancers, and reduces behaviours such as roaming and aggression.

Preventing unwanted litters eases the burden on pounds and shelters, reduces euthanasia rates, and helps address concerns about feral and stray cats and their effect on wildlife.

Annual permits for dangerous and restricted dogs will improve community safety by helping to reduce ownership of high-risk dogs and encouraging owners to better manage the behaviour of their animal.

View the Annual Permits frequently asked questions here(PDF, 376KB).

For further information on fees, when and how to pay please click here.