The National Desexing Network (NDN) developed the Cooperative Desexing Program to enable Councils to easily introduce desexing programs to prevent stray and abandoned cats and dogs. It is currently offered in 11 cities and shires across Australia with many other Councils expressing interest in starting a program. Current Councils budget between $1000 and $20 000 to provide subsidies for residents in need. NDN runs the program free of charge for Councils. This presentation will explain how the program works, and the benefits to Councils.
Dr Joy Verrinder is Strategic Director of Animal Welfare League Queensland (AWLQ) and its national programs, the National Desexing Network (NDN) and Getting 2 Zero (G2Z).
She currently works with local and state governments, veterinarians, and other animal welfare organisations developing and providing programs to prevent unwanted cats and dogs.
This webinar is only available to members and is free.
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