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The AVA works with members on submissions to local, state and federal governments. This is a chance for AVA members to help shape policies which affect the veterinary profession. See below for the latest submissions, and to have your say.

 

 

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The AVA has utilised AVA Policy and subject matter expertise to place a submission to the Victorian Government’s first long-term Cat Management Strategy.
The AVA has utilised AVA Policy and subject matter expertise to place a submission to the City of Hobart Dog Management Policy Review
The Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) appreciates the opportunity to contribute to reforming Victoria's animal care and protection laws.
The AVA’s over-arching recommendation in their submission to the proposed NT Management Program for the Saltwater Crocodile is that consultation with appropriate subject matter experts, including that of the veterinary profession, is undertaken wherever animal welfare is being considered.
The Feral Cat Threat Abatement Plan (TAP) is an important document to assist with the protection of our threatened and vulnerable native species. It provides guidance to different stakeholders to help achieve consistency, efficiency, effectiveness, humaneness and best practice across jurisdictions and landscapes. Cats are intelligent, sentient animals who play a significant role in Australian society.