1997 Adelaide, South Australia

Prologue

Michael Banyard - Urban Animal Management Convenor

Barking dogs - dealing from an enforcement perspective - Paper

Steve Harbottle - City of Tea Tree Gully  

Turning theory into practice Banyule City Council - Paper

Virginia Jackson - Harlock Jackson Pty Ltd

Benchmarking for performance measurement - Paper

Ross Lamb - City of Marion

Cat management for Magnetic Island - a controlled trial - Paper

Shane Scriggins  - Townsville City Council

At the coalface - comparing problems faced by two councils from different socio-economic areas - Paper

Mick Cartwright - City fo Salisbury

Feline Fabulous - Paper

Pussycat peccadilloes - Paper

Dr Robert Holmes - Animal Behaviour Clinics 

Proudly South Australia - Paper

Ken McCann - Dog and Cat Management Board South Australia

Education will be our salvation - responsible pet ownership starts with the young - Paper

Kingsley Newman - Dog and Cat Management Board South Australia 

Education in action - Paper

Ownership trends and issues - Paper

The challenge of change - Paper

John Dommers - Animal Care Expos

Best Practice in Municipal Pet Management - information access is the key to competitive efficiency in both governance and service delivery - Paper

Dr Dick Murray -  Western Suburbs Veterinary Clinic 

Doggone bloopers - which canine behaviours cause the most complaints and what makes dogs behave that way? - Paper

Solving pooch problems - how we can help our pooches and their place in the community - Paper

Dr Graham Adams - H.A.B.I.T.S. Pty Ltd

An introduction to the Internet - application to urban animal management - Paper

Denise Humphries - Petcare Information and Advisory Service


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