Replacement Cat and Dog Registration Tags

If your cat or dog has lost their registration tag, you can request a replacement tag by completing the application below or attend the Joondalup Customer Service Centre.

Animal registration – Transfer animal registration – New owner

Not sure which form to fill in? Let the Animal Registration Wizard guide you to the right form.


Before you start

  • This form must be completed by the new owner of the animal
  • You will need all documents relating to the animal
  • You will need a signed document from the previous owner stating that the animal has been sold or given to the new owner

Dogs – registration refund application

If you have registered your dog before it is sterilised, you may be entitled to a refund once sterilisation has been proven.

Refunds only apply for sterilisation, there is no refund available for death of a dog or leaving the state.

All refunds apply from the date the application is received. Each year commences from 1 November.

See table below for applicable fees.

Sterilisation of Dog – Refund Amounts 
Dog Registered Fee Refund Pension Fee
Pension Refund
1 Year $ 50.00 $30.00 $25.00 $15.00
3 Years – if sterilised in 1st year $120.00 $77.50 $60.00 $38.75
3 Years – if sterilised in 2nd year $120.00 $51.66 $60.00 $25.83
3 Years – if sterilised in 3rd year $120.00 $25.83 $60.00 $12.92
LIFETIME
If dog is sterilised in 1st year $250.00 $150.00 $125.00 $75.00
If dog is sterilised in 2nd year $250.00 $100.00 $125.00 $50.00
If dog is sterilised in 3rd year $250.00 $50.00 $125.00 $25.00
No further refund due after the 3rd year
Deceased Dog  
No refund for death of dog for any time period

 

This form is to be completed by the owner or agent claiming a refund for an animal registered with the City of Joondalup.

Refund Application Form

 

Animal registration – amend cat or dog registration details

Not sure which form to fill in? Let the Animal Registration Wizard guide you to the right form.


Use the form below to apply to following registration amendments:

Hillarys Dog Beach

Dog Beach Map

The Hillarys Dog Beach located in Hillarys is a stretch of coastline, dedicated all year round to the exercising of dogs.

Dogs may be exercised within the dog beach area off-lead, but must remain under effective control and supervision.

Dogs may also be exercised within the Hillarys Horse Beach area immediately to the north of the dog beach under the following restrictions:

  • AM, Monday to Saturday – dogs must be on a lead at all times
  • PM, Monday to Saturday – dogs can be exercised off lead
  • Sunday – dogs can be exercised off lead all day.

Dogs may not enter the beach via the Whitford Nodes South Car Park beach access path or the northern Hillarys Marina groyne. However, they may be walked on-leash along the dual-use pathway to the designated dog beach area.

 

Dogs – waste bag request

The form below is used for requesting the replenishment of dog waste bags at dog waste bag stations found at various locations around the City.

  • (Details describing where the dog waste bag station is located)
  • If known.

Dogs – request to keep more than two dogs

Keeping more than two dogs on your property requires special permission from the City.

  • An application form and non-refundable application fee must be submitted to the City
  • Payment must accompany the application form when submitted.

Please be advised that you cannot register more than two dogs to a property without an approved application.

Pensioner discounts apply to holders of a current Pensioner Concession Card, State Concession Card or a Veterans Card or a Commonwealth Seniors Card together with a Seniors Card but must be produced at the time of payment.

Responsible dog ownership

Before you purchase a dog ensure that you have carefully considered the responsibility of dog ownership:

  • Speak with your local veterinarian
  • Speak with other dog owners
  • Gather as much information as you can to aid you in your decision
  • Never buy a dog on impulse – dogs often live to around 12 years of age and some dogs much longer

Owners’ basic responsibilities

  • Dogs must be registered with the City and micro-chipped from the age of three months
  • Dogs must wear a collar displaying a current registration tag
  • It is recommended that a name tag with owner’s contact name and number is attached to the dog’s collar
  • Dogs must be on a leash in public areas and near play equipment
  • Dogs must be under control at all times
  • Pick up all dog waste when out with your dog
  • Your property must have adequate fencing to confine your dog

Registration and microchipping assist City Rangers to reunite lost dogs with their owners.