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Animal registration due in August 2017

From 2017 animal registration renewals will fall due on 24 August, effectively giving pet owner's 1 month's FREE registration.  Previously, Council issued animal registration renewal notices on 1 July. In preparation for the renewal run please ensure you update your contact details. If you have recently moved or are unsure that your details are up to date, email providing your:

  • full name
  • current address and phone numbers
  • email address
  • your pet/s name/s and registration tag number/s; and
  • don't forget to tell us if your pet has recently been de-sexed* or is no longer with you**.

* registration fee discounts apply  ** refund of registration fees may apply.


From 1 July 2016 pet owners were given the option to subsribe to eRenewal.  Owners who subscribed to eRenewal will continue to receive their annual registration renewal notice by email. Mailed notices will continue to be sent to Owners who did not subscribe to the service.

If you would like to subscribe to eRenewal from 2017, SMS notifications will be sent to owners who did not previously subscribe between 1 April - 31 May. Simply click the link contained in the SMS message and validate your details. Once subscribed you will receive a confirmation email to confirm that you have been subscribed to eRenewal for future notice periods.

Animal keeping

Do you know the type and number of animals you can keep on your property? Logan City Council has Animal Keeping Local Laws. These cover such things as the number of cats, dogs, livestock or poultry you may keep based on the size of your property. Pet owners must also ensure their animals do not harm humans, the environment or cause nuisance at any time. Be sure to check what animals you can keep on your property using the links below or telephone 3412 5397 as restrictions apply and approvals may be required.

Animal Management Strategy

Logan's 2013-2018 Animal Management Strategy identifies the key issues impacting the community and provides five strategic directions for animal management to be achieved over four years: