Tuesday 20th June 2017
Councillors adopt Integrated Planning and Reporting documents
Friday 16th June 2017
Wembley Road and Farnborough Drive catchments overland flow study on exhibition
Wednesday 28th June 3:30pm - 6:30pm
Council Meeting 28 June 2017
Monday 3rd July 10:30am - 12:30pm
Opening Ceremony - NAIDOC Week
A working dog is defined under section 5 of the Act as a dog used primarily for droving, tending, working or protecting stock. It includes a dog being trained as a working dog.
The Companion Animals Amendment Act 2006 removed the exemption from the identification and registration requirements which previously applied to all working dogs.
However, the Regulation (clauses 16(l) and (m)) exempts the following categories of working dogs from the registration requirements under Part 2 of the Act:
Owners of exempt working dogs should still be encouraged to microchip and register their valuable animals in accordance with Part 2 of the Act. However, no registration fee applies.
All other working dogs that are not exempted under clause 16 of the Regulation must be micro-chipped and registered in accordance with Part 2 of the Act. However, no registration fee applies (clause 17(2)(b) of the Regulation).
Loss of registration exemption
Animals that are entitled to exemptions from registration may lose that entitlement under certain circumstances.
Any animal that is seized and taken into the custody of a council pound or animal shelter must be micro chipped and lifetime registered before being returned to its original owner. This requirement overrides any exemptions from registration that would ordinarily apply under clause 16 of the Regulation.