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Dogs NSW, the peak body for all purebred dogs in New South Wales, has submitted an extensive response to the proposed revision of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Breeding Dogs and Cats) Standards 2017 under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Regulation 2012.

“Dogs NSW supports the government’s initiative to ensure the welfare of all puppies bred in NSW, as well as the revision of the POCTA Standards and Guidelines to ensure that substandard puppy farms are eliminated, and intensive commercial breeding facilities are regulated appropriately. But we do not want responsible hobby breeding to be harmed in any way,” said Brian Crump, spokesperson for Dogs NSW.

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Members attention is directed to the following documents;

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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The ANKC Ltd 2018 Herding Rules meeting will take place on 10th March at 1pm in the German Shepherd Dog Building at DOGS NSW.

 

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Dogs NSW Logo BlueDogs NSW Showdog/Puppy/Neuter of the Year is fast approaching on Sat 17th March 2018.

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Dogs NSW Logo BluePlease be advised that there has been several changes to the Extreme Weather & Safety Guidelines. 

CJTC LECTURE - Working Dog Group dates amended to:

  • 24 January 2018
  • 7 February 2018
  • 21 February 2018
  • 7 March 2018

 All of these nights will be held in the German Shepherd Dog League Building.