Aboriginal Community Veterinary Services
In 2007, Aboriginal Community Veterinary Services developed a one to two day workshop for communities and community staff to be informed on issues surrounding Dog Programs. ACVS have been holding these workshops for almost 10 years to ensure that knowledge of dogs and other issues surrounding programs can be completely understood. This allows the best program protocols to be implemented for every community.
Our speakers have presented nationally and internationally at major conferences, and written multiple articles on issues and methods surrounding indigenous communities and animal health and control programs.
Our workshops have been held in Katherine, Darwin, Alice Springs and Nhulunbuy.They have been highly regarded with delegates travelling from all accross Australia including the NT, WA and Qld. The workshops have always been strongly supported.
Every delegate receives a 100-page manual outlining dog health, common management issues, and veterinary/animal control program management. These manuals are available for purchase from Amazon.com. Click on the image below for more details
For more enquiries regarding these workshops or to organise a private workshop for your organisation, please contact us on 08 89723599 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill out the attached form
Common Diseases, Parasites & Health Issues in dogs and cats in remote indigenous communities
How to Set Up and Manage animal health and control programs in remote indigenous communtiies
Common Treatments - their effects, benefits and risks
Occupational Health & Safety
Common problems and issues
Disaster management of animals. Disaster planning is an essential part of ensuring community well being (optional 2nd day)
Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 5.30pm
Phone: 08 89723599