Do you have a dog? If so, you need a licence. Buy one at any of An Post - Post Offices countrywide or online at www.licences.ie
Under the Control of Dogs Act 1986, which was amended in 1992, all dog owners are required to have a dog licence.
To get your Dog Licence all you need to do is drop into your local Post Office where you can buy it over the counter or visit licences.ie.
Most people will need the individual licence. You have to be over 16 years of age to hold a dog licence.
Guide dogs for the blind do not require licensing
Some breeds have specific regulations
The breed of dog is not considered important, but some breeds have specific regulations about leashing, muzzling, etc, in public places.
If you are getting a rescue dog from an animal shelter or charity, you will usually need to have the licence in advance.
Retain your licence for inspection.
The Council’s Dog Warden Service is based at Portersize, Ballitore
Tel.: (059) 8623388 / email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here at Kildare County Council, you will notice some changes when using your payment card on our website.
You will be asked to provide additional verification to confirm it’s really you using your card. This is an extra layer of security called Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) and is being rolled out in order to keep your card safe and secure, in accordance with the EU Payments Services Directive 2 (PSD2).
SCA requires banks to check that payments are being made by the correct cardholder and not a fraudster, by asking customers for additional methods of identification such as; cardholder address/mobile number/email address.
We have been asked by your bank to facilitate these security checks. If you experience any difficulties while authorising your payment to us, please contact you own bank as you may need to update your cardholder address/mobile number/email address on their records.
Email: email@example.com Telephone: 1890 200090 or 065 9080207
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone 045 980205