Larne Borough Council has generated almost £6,500 in revenue from fines involving dog-related offences since April last year.
The vast majority of fixed penalties (£5,430) was from dog owners who did not have valid licences for their pets.
A total of £580 came from dog straying, while £100 was for dogs being one land where livestock is present.
A further £100 of income was generated by penalties for dog fouling, and the same amount came from dogs in cemeteries.
Fines totalling £150 related to dogs in play parks/playing fields in the borough.
The fine for breaching a dog control order is £80, or £50 if paid within 10 days.