2007 Gold Coast, Queensland

Quality systems - Managing the risks in animal management  - Paper

Barry Gillingwater, DSS Animal  Management, New Zealand

Understanding cause and effect relationship in problematic dog behaviour - Paper

Craig A. Murray

Pet industry groups and urban animal management - Paper

Garth Jennens, Amrex Behaviour

A systematic approach to dangerous dog assessments - Paper

Craig A. Murray, Dog Trainer

A statistical approach to developing policy for the management of aggressive dogs - Paper

Peter Lumsdale, Brisbane City Council 

Why is our community pet focused: What are the benefits? - Paper

Susie Chaseling, Petcare Information and Advisory Service

The issue of unwanted animals: an unemotional approach? - Paper

Drs Mark Lawrie and Magdoline Awad, RSPCA NSW

Catch poles and metaphors - Paper

Dr Richard W. Murray, Western Suburbs Veterinary Clinic

Reducing long term costs of recruiting Local Ordinance Officers: Improving selection for a “job fit” that requires both people and animal management skills - Paper

Russell Kennard, Occupational Psychologist, Psychotherapist and Management Consultant

Mandatory Desexing in the ACT: Has it worked? - Paper

Dr Michael Hayward, Gungahlin Veterinary Clinic and Australian Veterinary Association Centre for Companion Animals in the Community 

Mandatory Desexing Legislation - A “NO” case - Paper

Dr Richard W Murray, Western Suburbs Veterinary Clinic

Education is the key – Can we afford it? - Paper

Barry Gillingwater, DSS Animal Management, New Zealand

Accountability in behavioural management - Paper

Dr Garth Jennens, Amrex Behaviour

Barking dogs - A new approach to an old problem - Paper

Peter Lumsdale, Brisbane City Council

Next steps - Resolving dog barking complaints - Paper

Chris Button, City of Onkaparinga

Why is the toilet the smallest room in our house? How does this question affect the success or not of off-leash dog parks? - Paper

Gwen McArthur, K9 Capers Consultancy

Dog attacks is there an aggressive way to solve them? - Paper

George Sofronidis, Genetic Technologies

Breed specificity - Was Razor really a Pit Bull? - Paper

George Sofronidis, Genetic Technologies and Logan Timms, Dept of Local Government, Planning, Sport and Recreation Queensland

Strategic Stress Initiative - Paper

Russell Kennard, Occupational Psychologist, Psychotherapist and Management Consultant

Animal Management Services - Working together - Paper

Elke Tapley, Knox City Council

Back to basics: What wolves can teach us about dogs in an animal management context - Paper

Selina Neill, Gold Coast City Council and Tracey Murray, Dog Trainer

In God we trust - for everyone else bring statistics - Paper

Stephen Moore, Bureau of Animal Resources


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