DISCUSSION PAPER 2017  – NSW OFFICE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT – REVIEW OF THE COMPANION ANIMALS REGULATION 2008

The NSW Animal Justice Party’s Companion Animal Law Reform working group has recently lodged a submission in response to the NSW Office of Local Government, Discussion Paper 2017 – Review of the Companion Animals Regulation 2008. You can view our submission here.

DISCUSSION PAPER 2017 – REVIEW OF THE COMPANION ANIMALS REGULATION 2008 -ATTACHMENT A

DRAFT NSW WILD DOG MANAGEMENT STRATEGY 2017-2021

In our Submission the AJP calls for a thorough reassessment of the purported, “best practice management approaches”. We reiterate that all of the existing control programs associated the management of wild dogs, including those proposed in the Strategy are largely ineffectual and they are inhumane. Current practices only creates the illusion of an immediate solution, usually for short sighted economic gains.

There are viable and operational alternatives that render their continued use unnecessary.

There are many forms of non-lethal population control, that are both humane and effective, and that will not also damage our already very fragile environment.

The AJP remains committed to scrutinising these issues over the long term and we are happy to continue these discussions and to support the actions proposed utilising our networks and specialists.

Please click below to read the full submission.

ANIMAL JUSTICE PARTY NSW – SUBMISSION TO THE NSW DEPARTMENT OF PRIMARY I…

 

SAY NO TO BLANTYRE FARMS SUBMISSION