Dogs NSW E sticker Kids Dogs Die in Hot Cars girl dog 2Dogs NSW, the controlling body of purebred, pedigreed dog breeding and exhibiting in New South Wales, is turning up the heat on leaving kids and dogs in hot cars, as the Bureau of Meteorology forecasts record high temperatures this weekend.

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group webFuture Vet Kids Camp’s Jan 2018 ‘Early Bird’ Rego & PetSure Scholarship Open Now! 

FVKC is a fun, educational 5-day program offered in Sydney in the January school holidays.

Applications open for the PetSure Scholarship for 2 deserving kids! Deadline Nov 30.

Dear Members,


Please see attached information.

The closing date for nominations is next Wednesday and urgent attention is required.


Dogs NSW Logo BlueFollowing the success of our last seminar we are proud to confirm the following dates for our next series:-

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Are you and your pets ready for the fire season? With 80% of New South Wales covered by grasslands, the warmer months ahead bring an increased risk of fires and threaten the lives of humans and their animals.

Dogs NSW, is urging dog owners to attend their local NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) Get Ready Weekend event this weekend (Sept 16 & 17) to prepare themselves, their properties and their pets for the fire season.

Journal October 2017 Proof webThe Dogs NSW Magazine is available for viewing.

Please follow the below link to view the current magazine:
October 2017

As of the first day of each month the current magazine will be available for digital viewing under Resources / Dogs NSW Magazine.

The Gazette is available for viewing through online services.

Dogs NSW Logo BlueAs Dogs NSW are experiencing delivery issues with Australia Post, members are reminded to contact the office if they do not receive their magazine within a reasonable time frame. We will then send out a replacement to you.

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Dog with bookNow, in the supposed information era, there is much mis-information about dogs, and yet there is so much to learn.

“While ever I work with dogs I learn something new about them – everyday!” Dr Robert Zammit.

Consequently, we have embarked on the presentation of a series of seminars, gathering experts in the field of canine science, be it behaviour, nutrition, reproduction, genetics and the host of other headings under the husbandry and science of this species.

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