Dogs NSW Members are advised that the 2016 Annual Report & Financial Statements are available on the following link for download.

Adobe Download  2016 Annual Report

Dogs Logo Blue webTHE RNSWCC Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday 2 November 2016 at 7.30pm in the Amenities Building, The Bill Spilstead Complex for Canine Affairs, 44 Luddenham Road, Orchard Hills.

Please note that members attending the AGM will be required to produce their membership card, which will be checked upon entry to ensure that their membership is currently financial.

Jet and MacSydney University are looking for people who own/breed Border Collies in Australia, or have done so in the past to complete their survey. University researchers  are examining Border Collie longevity and current health status, with a particular focus on Lymphoma.

To participate in the Mac and Jetty Lymphoma Research project please contact: via the project website: www.facebook.com/USydBorderCollie or fill in the survey at: www.surveymonkey.com/r/USydBorderCollie

All information provided in this survey is strictly confidential and should take about 5-10 minutes to complete.

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Australian National Kennel Council Ltd

PRESS RELEASE

The ANKC Ltd Board resolved at the May 2016 Board meeting for the following motion passed at the October 2015 Board meeting as well as a subsequent electronic motion be rescinded prior to the endorsement of a recommendation received from the National Breed Standards Coordination Group.

ANKC Logo Col art copyATTENTION: ALL OWNERS OF WHITE SWISS SHEPHERD DOGS!

Acceptance for registration with the ANKC Ltd of Australian bred White Swiss Shepherd Dogs registered with the White Swiss Shepherd Dog Club of Australia Inc A0043538A

This survey applies to any Member of an ANKC Ltd affiliated Member Body who is the owner of an ANKC Ltd registered White Swiss Shepherd Dog.

hungarianThe Hungarian Vizsla Club of NSW is pleased to circulate to the members a Report on their 2014 Health Survey and would like to express their thanks to Karyn Orzeszko, who compiled the report on behalf of the Club. Karyn has produced a document giving us insight into current breed health.

Thanks were also expressed for Professor Annette Dobson, Professor of Biostatistics, School of Public Health, University of Qld for kindly reviewing and commenting on the report and to all who took the time to complete and submit surveys. Without your help this could not have been achieved.

Please view attached report:Adobe Download

Ros Leighton
President
Hungarian Vizsla Club of NSW

 

Members are advised that all formal complaints must be lodged in accordance with the Dogs NSW Complaint Procedure and be submitted with a properly completed Complaints Lodgement Form and be accompanied by the Complaint Fee of $150.00.  The Complaint Fee is in accordance with Dogs NSW Regulations Part XI-Inquiries, Investigations & Appeals, Section 3.4(a) and is an administrative fee which is non-refundable. 

Dogs NSW urges all political parties to develop strong policies supporting the welfare of dogs in the lead up to the NSW State elections.

Dogs NSW supports working with the government to develop policies to reduce the number of dogs euthanized each year in NSW and supports efforts to rehome abandoned animals. We support policies that encourage the humane treatment of all animals.

Dogs NSW members abide by a strict code of ethics in the breeding of purebred pedigreed dogs and encourages policies that would make this code of ethics compulsory for all dog breeders.media5

PetsAustraliaPets Australia is the peak body representing pet businesses and pet owners nationally. Many of our members are competition standard groomers, who support purebreds by helping owners really appreciate the best of the breeds by keeping them looking beautiful.

Australia has its biggest grooming competition coming up in Sydney in October 2014, to select the team for the WORLD dog grooming championships. Groomers will come from all over Australia for this event.

Competition groomers are currently seeking purebred dogs to groom for this prestigious competition, as it generally takes more than 6 months to properly prepare dogs for competition.

Are you a Qantas Club member?

If you have an individual membership, why not join the Dogs NSW Corporate Qantas Club and save?
You do not have to re-join, just fill in the application form using the corporate membership scheme and you will immediately roll over to the corporate rates upon your next renewal. Conditions apply.

Not a Qantas Club member, but would like to become one?

Join through Dogs NSW to take advantage of the corporate rates rather than pay the full individual rates.

 

The following camp sites are available to DOGS NSW or members of an ANKC Ltd Member Body, when attending Shows being held at the Bill Spilstead Complex for Canine Affairs, Orchard Hills.