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Desert dogs

 

Overview

The Desert dogs project is involved in the rescue of abandoned desert dogs. The project originated in Yuendumu township located northwest of Alice Springs which was experiencing an overrun of dogs in the community.

The aim of the project is the stabilisation of the breeding cycle for dogs in the community and therefore their health and wellbeing, and the health of the community as a whole. Veterinarian assistance has been provided by Animal Management in Rural Remote Indigenous Communities (AMRRIC).

Abstract adapted from Desert dogs

Contacts

Gloria
Mobile: 0407 716 905
Email: info@desertdogs.org.au

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Last updated: 13 September 2013
 
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