Desexing voucher

We participate in the Reduced Fee Desexing Voucher Scheme, to offer discounted pet desexing to low income earners who live in Yarra Ranges. Your pet desexing voucher will be valid for one month from the date of issue. Apply via one of the methods listed below.

Online

Step 1.Register you animal

If your animal is not currently registered, register your animal first.

To apply for a desexing voucher, you must register your pet as a Non-Desexed (Fertile) cat/dog and pay the fee.

 

Step 2.Have a copy of one of the eligible cards ready to upload in the application

concession cards

Step 3.Apply

Apply online now

Mail

Step 1.Register you animal

If your animal is not currently registered, register your animal first.

 

Step 2.Have a copy of one of the eligible cards ready to attach to the application:

 concession cards

Step 3.Download and complete the Desexing Voucher Application

The Desexing Voucher Application is available for you to download and print.

Step 4.Return the Application by Mail

Return the Application to PO Box 105, Lilydale 3140.

We will assess your application and provide you with a desexing voucher.

 

New Registrations:
Complete a proof of pet registration class form within one (1) month of the pet's initial registration date to advise us that your animal has been desexed.


Renewed Registrations:
Complete a proof of pet registration class form by 10 May to advise us that your animal has been desexed.

If you are eligible for a refund - the difference in registration class amounts will be refunded.

To access the desexing voucher scheme you must hold one of the following concession cards:

  • Pensioner concession card
  • Veteran Gold Card
  • Health care card
  • Commonwealth seniors health card

Council will need to be shown the concession card so that details can be recorded on the voucher.

Vouchers are valid for one month from the date of issue

Present the voucher to your vet at the time of admission for desexing. Under the desexing voucher scheme, your vet will discount their advertised fee by 25% and Council also contribute a set amount. You pay the discounted desexing fee directly to the vet, either on admission for or discharge from surgery. We then pay the set amount directly to the veterinary practice on receipt of the veterinarian’s account.