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Desexing Your Pet

Dogs and cats can start having litters at a very young age. This problem highlights the importance of desexing your dog or cat at an early age and reducing the number of unwanted animals in our communities. In addition to preventing unwanted litters desexed dogs and cats they are less prone to wander, fight and less likely to get lost or inured. Desexing reduces territorial behaviour and may result in a positive behavioural change.

Council provides residents with a substantial reduction on the registration fee for desexed dogs and cats. It is not compulsory to desex your pet although it is encouraged. You can have your pet desexed at any veterinary surgeon.

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