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    Welcome to the Shire of Tammin

Animal Control

Ranger 

The Shire of Tammin engages WA Contract Ranger Services for all ranger related services. Phone: Matt Sharpe 0459 678 154 or Jodie Taylor 0473 387 368.

Please report any dog complaints to the Shire of Tammin. 

Dog Registration

Dog registrations are valid from the 1st November to the 31st October each year. Dog registration fees are:

 
 1 Year3 Yearslifetime
Unsterilised dog or bitch $50.00 $120.00 $250
Sterilised dog or bitch $20.00 $42.50 $100
Farm dogs unsterilised 25% of fee $12.50 $30 $62.50
Farm dogs sterilised $5 $10.60 $25
Pensioners unsterilised dog 50% of fee $25 $60 $125
Pensioners sterilised dog 50% of fee $10 $21.25 $50

Dog owners have an obligation to keep their dogs under control at all times. Dogs wandering at large present a nuisance and a danger to public. The Shire Ranger carries out dog patrols and responds to complaints. The Dog Act provides heavy penalties for owners whose dogs are impounded. Ranger services are provided by the Shire of York.

Complaints regarding dogs should be made to the Shire office. 

 

Cat Registration

As from 1 November 2013, all domestic cats in Western Australia, over six months of age, will need to be sterilised, microchipped and registered with their local government as the full Cat Act 2011 came into effect.

Cat registrations are valid from the 1st November to the 31st October each year. Cat registration fees are:

 
 1 YEAR3 YEARSLifetime
Cat registration $20.00 $42.50

         $100

Pensioners 50% of fee 50% of fee

50% of fee

  

Animal traps  

Animal traps can be loaned from the Shire at no charge only a security bond of $100 has to be paid. 

Latest News

  • Fuse Festival

    The Shire of Tammin are seeking Stall
    Holders for the upcoming Fuse Festival.

    Where: Donnan Park (Oval), Tammin
    Date: Saturday 25th November 2017
    Time: 10am- 3pm

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  • Cunderdin-Tammin Age Friendly Community Survey

    In 2017 the Shire’s of Cunderdin and Tammin are preparing an Age Friendly Community Plan. The Plan will identify strengths and opportunities for improvement to ensure that our communities are places that people of all ages and abilities can live, work and recreate.

    Please ensure that your survey is returned by no later than Friday 6th October 2017.

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