2012 Penrith, New South Wales

Preface

Beach education intervention: Implementation and evaluation of a social change campaign - Paper

Dani Scuteri (City of Charles Sturt) and Vanessa Rohlf (Anthrozoology Research Group, Monash University)

Promoting happiness in the workplace - Paper

Vanessa Rohlf - Anthrozoology Research Group, Monash University

Animal Management, Local Government and Dog Aggression: The imperative of understanding canine behaviour and the subsequent improvement of animal management operating procedures - Paper

Dr Joanne Righetti - Animal Behaviourist

Pet Problems Solved: Interactive Q & A - Paper

Dr Joanne Righetti - Animal Behaviourist

Desexing: The overlooked way to reduce dog attacks - Paper

Katina D'Onise - Dog and Cat Management Board of South Australia

A tiered approach to dealing with inappropriate dog behaviour in NSW - Paper

Noel Fuller - Penrith City Council

Compliance audits of Local Governments by the Dog and Cat Management Board - Paper

Danielle Suckley - City of Charles Sturt

The 80/20 rule and Animal Management - Paper

Vanessa Rohlf - Anthrozoology Research Group, Monash University

Governance and Strategic Planning for Animal Management: How to link it all up - Paper

Shane Scriggins (Sunshine Coast Council) and Dr Dick Murray (AIAM President)

Body worn video cameras: The future for animal control compliance and enforcement? - Paper

Brad Dannefaerd - Compliance, Enforcement and Regulatory Training, New Zealand

Council and community benefits through maximising resources - Paper

Louise Laurens - Moreton Bay Regional Council

Use of a restraining board for safe and humane of wild dogs, red foxes and feral cats without sedation - Abstract

Guy Ballard and Peter Fleming (Vertebrate Pest Research Unit, NSW Department of Primary Industries), Sam Doak (NSW Parks and Wildlife Service) and Paul Meek (Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre)

When wild dogs come to town: Management in peri-urban areas where dogs, policy and people meet - Paper

Peter Fleming and Guy Ballard (Vertebrate Pest Research Unit, NSW Department of Primary Industries), Paul Meek (Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre) and Benjamin Allen, Greg Mifsud and Matthew Gentle (Biosecurity Queensland)

Aspects relating to pets, people and Indigenous communities and how to work together for a sustainable way forward - Paper 

Julia Hardaker - AMRRIC

A portable, automated apparatus for testing cognitive bias in dogs - Paper

Melissa Starling - University of NSW

Twenty years of steady progress - but one bite will change your world! - Paper

Tracy Helman, Rob Morrice and Steven Moore - Bureau of Animal Welfare, Victoria

Indigenous health and companion animal welfare: Ranger initiative for compliance "Looking outside the box" - Paper

Craig Highlands - Shire of Northam

Beyond prejudice: The inconvenient truths about puppy farms - Paper

Dr Wendy Brown (University of New England) and Dr Dick Murray (AIAM President)

Invisible paws in human affairs - Paper

Dr David Paxton - Veterinarian

Animal Welfare Emergency Response Taskforce (AWERT) - Paper

Mark Vincent - Christchurch City Council, New Zealand

20 years of steady progress in animal management - the evolution of an institution - Paper

Dr Dick Murray - AIAM President



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