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Do I have to microchip my cat/dog?
Cats and dogs must be identified by microchip by 12 weeks of age.
Microchips are about the same size as a large grain of rice. They are very safe. Your pet will feel little pain as the chip is inserted under the skin between the shoulders.
Microchipping can be arranged through your local vet or animal welfare organisation.

Dogs and cats

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1. Do I have to register my dog/cat?
2. Do I have to microchip my cat/dog?
3. How much does lifetime registration cost?
4. The dog next door won't stop barking. What can I do?
5. My dog has been taken to the pound. How do I get it back?
6. Are there any off-leash areas for my dog to play in Singleton?
7. Do all the unclaimed dogs at the pound get destroyed?
8. How many animals can I keep in my home?

Singleton Council
PO Box 314 Singleton NSW 2330
Ph: 02 6578 7290