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From 1 July 2018 Dogs and Cats Online will replace 68 individual Council dog registers and serve a single online database that is accessible 24/7 for registration, microchipping and breeder information.
All registered dogs will be transferred from our Council system to Dogs and Cats Online. For dog registration renewal you will receive a notice in the post in July with a unique code on it, which needs to be entered into Dogs and Cats Online, along with the owners surname to proceed to create an owner profile. Once you check your details are correct and enter in any concession information the dog registration fee will be automatically calculated. You may then proceed to pay your dog registration. Step by step instruction will be provided with your renewal notice to assist you through the transition to the new system.
Please note: You will not be able to renew your dog registration until you have received your renewal notice with your unique code.
|Registration type||Full Fee||Pensioner Fee|
|Non-Standard Dog (Dog not Desexed or Microchipped)||$72||$36|
|Non-Standard Dog with Trained Certificate||$64||$31|
|Standard Dog (Desexed & Microchipped)||$36||$17|
|Standard Dog with Trained Certificate||$28||$14|
|Accredited Assistance Dogs (as per Dog and Cat Management Board)||$0||$0|
|Transfer of Registration||$0||$0|
As of 1 July 2018:
As dog trainers are not regulated by the Dog and Cat Management Board the level of training acceptable to receive a rebate it is not legislated.
As a guideline the City of Marion accepts a level 3 training certificate as sufficient evidence that the dog is trained.
The City of Marion may consider a certificate outside of this level if documented evidence can be provided stating the dog can:
To qualify for a Pensioner concession, one of the following cards in the name of the person registering the dog must be presented at the time of payment of registration (whether it is a renewal or a new registration).
These concession cards can be entered into Dogs and Cats Online directly by dog owners which will be used to instantly validate the concession card against the dog owner. Pensioner, Veterans Affairs and Senior Health Care cards will only need to be validated once. Health care card concession holders will be required to enter their details annually for validation.
Dog ownership in the City of Marion is governed by the Dogs by-law No 4
Should you be unable to find an answer to any of your queries on this site, please contact:
City of Marion
Customer Service Centre
In person: 245 Sturt Road, Sturt SA 5047
Post: PO Box 21, Oaklands Park SA 5046