They can apply for it online as the option to avail online licence will be rolled out this month. No objection certificate (NOC) from two neighbours (adjacent to the house/flat ) where the pet stays, health records of the pet, vaccination schedule and details of the owner should be uploaded. A fee of Rs 50 shall be paid online. “After Mumbai and Delhi, Hyderabad will be the third city which will have an exclusive database of pet dogs. The database will also ensure timely vaccination of dogs,” said Abdul Wakil, GHMC chief veterinary officer. Meanwhile, GHMC has decided to make Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chips mandatory to obtain a licence from next year.
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