Dog and cat registrations, dog off leash areas, training, desexing, lost or stray pets and more on responsible pet ownership.
Dog and Cat Registrations
If your dog or cat lives in Kingston please ensure you register your pet. State Government legislation requires dogs and cats to be registered with Council at three months of age.
After Hours Assistance
Kingston City Council provides a limited after hour’s service in relation to animal management.
Find out more about off-leash areas, socialisation, training and more.
Thinking about having a cat as a pet? Here is some useful information to think about.
All new applications to register a dog/cat will require the dog/cat to be desexed, effective 1 January 2009
Domestic Animal Management Plan
The Domestic Animal Management Plan will cater for the needs of companion animals, their owners and address the concerns of the general public in an equitable and compassionate manner.
Lost or Stray Pets
Have you lost your pet? Have you found someone's pet? Here's what you can do!
Responsible Pet Care
The Department of Environment and Primary Industries have launched a Responsible Pet Care Campaign to encourage greater understanding of the welfare and behaviour needs of pets.
A foster carer is a person who undertakes temporary care of an individual or special group of animals for the purpose of giving the animals care until they can be rehomed.