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Austria - Obtain Dog Licence

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Procedure[edit]

  1. To obtain a dog licence, you must go to the responsible authority in your area:
    1. The Municipal Office (Gemeindeamt)
    2. In statutory cities: the Magistrate (Magistrat)
    3. And in Vienna: the city cashier's office (Stadtkasse)
    4. Note: Contact links are provided below.
  2. Apply for a dog licence by completing and submitting an application.
  3. You may need to bring your dog's veterinary records and proof that you are the owner of the dog. For more information regarding documents needed to obtain a license, contact your local authority.
  4. Submit all required documents and pay the relevant tax.



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Required Documents[edit]

You may need to bring your dog's veterinary records and proof that you are the owner of the dog. For more information regarding documents needed to obtain a license, contact your local authority.



Office Locations & Contacts[edit]

The Municipal Office: Gemeindeamt

In statutory cities: the Magistrate Magistrat

In Vienna: the city cashier's office Stadtkasse



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Eligibility[edit]

By reaching the age of three months, all dogs must be registered by their owners with the responsible authority in Austria.



Fees[edit]

Explain the fees structure which is required for obtaining the certificate/document.



Validity[edit]

Explain the time until which the certificate/document is valid.
e.g. Birth Certificate Valid Forever



Documents to Use[edit]

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Sample Documents[edit]

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Processing Time[edit]

Please explain processing time taken in obtaining the document/certificate.



Related Videos[edit]

Videos explaining the procedure or to fill the applications. 
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Please remove the "&" inside the tags during implementation.
Website = allocine, blip, dailymotion, facebook, gametrailers, googlevideo, html5, metacafe, myspace, revver, 
sevenload, viddler, vimeo, youku, youtube
width = 560, height = 340, Video ID = Can be obtained from the URL of webpage where the video is displayed.
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Instructions[edit]

In principle, all dog owners are required to pay a tax. In some municipalities, after payment of the relevant tax the dog owner receives a dog tag from the responsible authority.

Wearing the dog tag is not compulsory. However, in some municipalities there is a general obligation for dogs to wear their tags in public.

Beginning June 30, 2008, all dogs kept in Austria must be identified with a microchip. The chip has to be implanted by a veterinarian at the expenses of the dogs owner no later than the dog reaching the age of three months. The Federal Ministry of Health and Womens Affairs provides an Austrian-wide animal protection database for a transregional cooperation.



Required Information[edit]

A list which displays the kind of information which is required to complete the procedure.
e.g.
1. Date of Birth.
2. City or County of Birth.



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Need for the Document[edit]

Please provide the need for the procedure. 
e.g. Birth Certificate - why do we need to have a birth certificate? 
 .



Information which might help[edit]

There are legally prescribed obligations for dog owners by the Protection of Animals Act. As a minimum, a muzzle and a leash should always be brought along when the dog is taken for a walk outside.



Other uses of the Document/Certificate[edit]

Please explain what are other uses of obtaining this document/certificate.
e.g. Birth Certificate can be used as proof of identity.



External Links[edit]

https://www.help.gv.at/Portal.Node/hlpd/public/content/133/Seite.1330000.html#registration



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Others[edit]

More information which might help people.