Frankston City Council
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Frankston City Council covers an area just over 130 square kilometers and is located 45 kilometers south of Melbourne.  The council areas which is boarded by Port Phillip Bay on the east side has a high residential land use and is home to important educational insitutes such as Monash University, Chisholm TAFE and the Mornington Peninsula Hospital Campus.  
Suburbs within Frankston City Council:
Carrum Downs, Frankston, Frankston Heights, Frankston North, Karingal, Langwarrin, Pines Forest, Seaford and Skye.     
Dog Registration Requirements:
Frankston City Council requires all dogs over the age of 3 months to be registered.  Once the dog is registered with the council a unique tag is issued to the owner to be placed on the dogs collar.  This tag aids in the prompt return of dogs that may be found wandering.
Number of Dogs Permitted Per House hold:
Frankston City Council allows a maximum number of 2 dogs per household. 
Registration Fees:


 Unsterilised Dogs 
 Unsterilised Dogs (Pensioner) 
 Sterilised Dogs
 Sterilised Dogs (Pensioner) 
 Microchipped Dogs
 Microchipped Dogs (Pensioner) 
 Dogs over 10 years of age 
 Dogs over 10 years of age (Pensioner) 
 Working dogs 
 VCA dog members 
 Guide dogs, Greyhounds (racing) 
 Transfer of registration 
 Dog tag replacement 
 Restricted breeds / Dangerous dog /            Menacing dogs (no fee relief) 
Registration form:
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Council Contact Details:
Frankston City Council Offices are located on the corner of Young and Davey Sts, Frankston (Melways Map 100A C8)
Opening hours are between 9:30 am and 5:00 pm weekdays.
Mailing address:                      PO Box 490, FRANKSTON 3199 
Business Telephone:                 1300 322 322
Fax:                                         (03)  9784 1094 
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Pound Contact Details: 
Frankston City Council has a dog pound located at the Lost Dogs Home 920 Thompsons Road, Cranbourne (Melways Map 130 A10)
The opening hours are as follows:
Monday - Friday:  10:00am to 1:00pm and 3:00pm to 6:00pm.
Weekends:  9:00am to 1:00pm. 
Public Holidays:  Closed
Lost Dogs Home Contact details:
Phone:            (03)  9702 8055 
Animal Release Requirements
  • All dogs and cats over the age of 3 months must be registered with Council prior to release.
  • Owner identification is required at release.
  • Fines will be imposed for unregistered animals and animals at large.