If you are a resident of Golden Plains Shire Council you may be eligible for a cat desexing voucher. To arrange a discounted desexing voucher contact the National Desexing Network on 1300 368 992 - with the voucher you can have your cat desexed for just $25. When you desex your pet, you’re doing yourself, your pet, and your community a big favour. These vouchers are not available online. Conditions apply.
You can help prevent the numbers of abandoned and homeless animals where you live: Get your cats and dogs desexed, and the local unowned stray cats if possible too, with reduced prices and other special offers in July 2021. Some vets offer discounts for everyone during National Desexing Month; others for pension/concession card holders only. The list of participating vet clinics and their special offers will be available from the last week in June so you can make a vet appointment early to ensure you don’t miss out. Vouchers are not needed; you just [...]
If you are a resident of Broken Hill City Council (NSW) you may be eligible for a discounted cat desexing voucher. Local residents on pensions or low income or with too many cats to afford to desex will pay just $20 to desex their male cats and $30 for the first female cat, with additional female cats in the same household costing only $20. Additionally, residents will pay just $5 to have their cat microchipped. Please contact us on 1300 368 992 to determine eligibility. Conditions apply. These vouchers are [...]
If you are a resident of Golden Plains Shire Council (VIC) you may be eligible for a discounted cat desexing voucher. Local residents on pensions or low income or with too many cats to afford to desex will pay just $55 to desex their male cats and $65 for the first female cat, with additional female cats in the same household costing only $50. Additionally, residents will pay just $5 to have their cat microchipped and free Council registration will be provided for the first registration period Please contact us [...]
*This information has been provided by the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries – Biosecurity Queensland* NEW LAWS FOR DOG BREEDERS Many Queenslanders are concerned about the welfare of dogs and puppies sold and supplied in Queensland, so the Queensland Government has amended the Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008 to include new laws that promote the responsible breeding of dogs. The new laws only apply to dogs born on or after 26 May 2017. Dogs born before this date are not affected. By law, authorised microchip implanters must ensure [...]