Dog Licence Inspection 2017

Limerick City and County Council wishes to announce that its Dog Wardens are commencing a programme of inspections of dog licences throughout Foynes, Shanagolden, Loughill, Ballyhahill and Glin over the coming weeks. Dog owners will be required, on request, to produce a dog licence for their dog. 

"When I asked to see your licence I meant your driving licence, not your dog licence."

“When I asked to see your licence I meant your driving licence, not your dog licence.”

Under the Control of Dogs Act 1986 it ois unlawful for a person to keep a dog without a dog licence.  Please note that persons found in ownership of a dog for which they do not have a licence may be liable for a fine of €100.00.

A dog licence costs €20.00 and can be purchased at Limerick City and County Council offices at Merchants Quay, Limerick, at Dooradoyle, Limerick, at any Limerick City and County Council Area Office, at any Post Office or online at  http://doglicence.limerick.ie/

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