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Living with dogs in remote communities - how to stay safe and get your job done: an information sheet for community workers (2013)

Author

Animal Management in Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities

Publisher

Animal Management in Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities

City

Nightcliff, NT

Type

Factsheet

 

Description

This fact sheet, produced by Animal Management in Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities, discusses how to recognise dog behaviours and dangerous situations.

Based on extensive work with dogs in remote communities, the resource also provides advice on ways to deal with aggressive dogs, and reduce the risk of being attacked.

The resource covers content such as

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Contact details

Animal Management in Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities
PO Box 1464
Nightcliff NT 0814
Ph: (08) 8948 1768
Fax: (08) 8985 3454
Email: info@amrric.org

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Last updated: 6 August 2014
 
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