It’s Illegal not to have a Dog Licence. Do you have yours?!

Under the Control of Dogs Act 1986, which was amended in 1992, all dog owners are required to have a dog licence. Most people will need the individual licence. You must be over 16 years of age to hold a dog licence.

Dog Licence

Under the Control of Dogs Act 1986, which was amended in 1992, all dog owners are required to have a dog licence. Most people will need the individual licence. You must be over 16 years of age to hold a dog licence.

What type of licence do you need?

• Individual dog licence – covers one dog for a period of 12 months
• General dog licence – for owners of kennels for a period of 12 months
• Lifetime dog licence – for the lifetime of the dog for which the licence is issued

Where do I get a Dog Licence?

• Individual dog licences can be purchased at your local Post Office
• General and Lifetime licences can be purchased from your Local Authority

Dogs which do not require a licence

• Guide Dogs for the blind do not require licensing
• Dogs which are in the country for less than 30 days do not require licensing

Licence Fees

  • Individual €20.00
  • Lifetime €140.00
  • General €400.00

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