Update Pet's Desexed Status

For City of Newcastle residents, if your cat or dog's desexed status has not already been updated on the NSW Pet Registry by your vet, you can complete the below online form so we can update this for you.

To complete this form, you must upload at least one of the following documents as evidence of your pet's desexing. The microchip number must be clearly noted within the documentation:

  • Certificate of Sterilisation
  • Letter or receipt from a vet
  • Statutory Declaration completed by the owner (must include the vet details and procedure date).

*denotes mandatory field

Your Details
Pet Details
Supporting Documentation
Please provide at least one document as proof of desexing. Accepted forms of evidence are listed above.

Privacy Statement

Purpose: We will use this information to update the NSW Pet Registry.

Intended recipients: Authorised City of Newcastle Officers.

Supply: The information provided is required for the City of Newcastle officer to update the NSW Pet Registry. 

Consequence of non-provision: Your pet's desexing status may not be accurately reflected in the NSW Pet Registry.

Storage and security: Information will be stored in accordance with City of Newcastle’s Records Management Policy.

Access: Contact us by phone on (02) 4974 2000 or attend the City Administration Centre.