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“Dangerous dogs – a sensible solution” is a resource that was developed in 2012 to discuss and suggest a legislative approach to address dogs that are dangerous to humans. As it is now over 10 years since the resource has been developed a review and update is required.
Research is being conducted to understand and measure what is being provided free, low cost or discounted by the Australian veterinary profession and why veterinarians believe this occurs.
Victorians now have until Monday 25 March to have their say.
The Victorian Government has drafted the state’s first long-term cat management strategy for consultation. The AVA will be providing a submission and encourages you to be involved.
At the heart of the THRIVE Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Framework is a deep desire to protect veterinary professionals while they do their important work and make a positive impact at every level of the profession, for individuals, teams, and businesses.
As the Australian Rainbow Vets and Allies (ARVA) put the finishing touches to their Mardi Gras outfits for tonight, we catch up with ARVA President and convenor of AVA’s 2024 International Women’s Day webinar, Dr Kate Toyer.
The Governor of New South Wales recognised and congratulated the AVA for the work that is being done around the veterinary workforce shortage.
The report acknowledged that it is essential to increase the skilled rural workforce in the veterinary profession – we know this begins at university with ensuring that students have excellent exposure to rural and regional placements.
Australia’s cattle veterinarians are in for a treat next month when speaker Paul Watkins brings his stories of soaring success and crushing failure to the ACV Conference in Wodonga.
The AVA President attended a celebration marking the centenary of the World Organisation for Animal Health and met with Australia’s Chief Veterinary Officer.

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