Tipperary County Council
Civic Offices, Clonmel | Civic Offices, Nenagh,
Co. Tipperary
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+353(0)761 065000
9.30 - 4.30 Mon-Fri
9.00 - 1.00 Mon-Fri (Motor Tax)
Tipperary County Council Civic Offices, Clonmel | Civic Offices, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary
Tipperary County Council Civic Offices, Clonmel | Civic Offices, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary

Animal Welfare and Veterinary

Control of Horses

Control of Horses – Adoption of Bye-Laws

Notice is hereby given that Tipperary County Council has adopted revised Bye-Laws in accordance with the Control of Horses, Act, 1996 to control the keeping , riding or driving of horses in a public place in the administrative area of Tipperary County Council including the five Municipal Districts.

Veterinary Publications

In this section please find leaflets and publications covering popular and current topics in the area of Tipperary County Council's Veterinary Services. Topics currently available include information on Dog Fouling, Pet Farms, Staying Healthy on Your Farm, Private Well Supplies and Keeping Healthy with your Reptile.

Tipperary County Councils role in Tourism

Tipperary County Council has adopted a pro-active strategic approach to the development of the tourism sector in the county. The council in conjunction with Tipperary Tourism Company works towards achieving the objectives set out in the Strategic Tourism Marketing, Experience & Destination Development Plan 2016-2021 .

Control of Dogs

The Council employs 2 full-time Dog Wardens to operate the Dog Warden Service. Dog Control Units are provided at Ballyclerihan, Clerihan and Knockalton, Nenagh.

Opening Hours

Ballyclerihan, Clerihan -
Monday to Friday 12 noon to 1.00 pm.
Tel: 052 6135841

Knockalton, Nenagh -
Monday to Friday 9am to 10.30am
Tel: 067 33323

Dog Re-Homing

The Council employs two full-time Dog Wardens who are very proactive and operate from the Dog Control Units in Ballyclerihan, Clerihan and Knockalton, Nenagh. The Dog Wardens visit each area in the county during the year on a rota basis to check for unlicensed dogs and to ensure that dogs are kept under effective control.

Queries relating to Horses

To assist you with your enquiry in relations to horses please contact the following
To report horses in public places contact Tipperary County Council offices from 9.30 – 4.30pm
Phone: 0761 06 5000
Email Address: customerservices@tipperarycoco.ie

Apply for a Dog Licence

You can apply for a dog licence by clicking on the link for the required licence type.
You will be brought to Licences.ie and asked to sign in or register for an account to continue.
If you don’t already have an account select Register and complete the short registration form and click the Register button.

Dog Fouling Mutt Mitts and App

Tipperary County Council endeavours to protect the public from the dangers of dog fouling. Not cleaning up after your pooch can have detrimental health consequences for the public especially young children.

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