Desexing prevents pets from roaming, fighting or causing nuisance to neighbours, as well as reducing the number of unwanted kittens and puppies.
In females it significantly reduces the risk of urine infections and mammary cancer. In males, it significantly reduces the risk of cancer of the prostate gland.Desexing your pet can now be done from eight weeks of age or one kilogram in weight.
You will receive a significant discount on your pet's registration if it is desexed. Provide Council with a copy of your pet's desexing certificate to receive this discount.