The Victorian Government is acting to protect Victoria’s precious biodiversity and threatened wildlife by declaring the feral cat as an established pest animal.
Pregnancy losses in horses have been traced to a strain of bird chlamydia by researchers from the NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) and University of the Sunshine Coast.
With the arrival of winter, the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) is reminding horse owners of the importance of vaccination to help prevent the deadly Hendra virus in their horses.
Proposed laws to recognise and protect the heritage value and cultural significance of the Snowy Mountains brumby will be introduced into the NSW Parliament in late May 2018.
A young cassowary has been returned to the wild after it entered an East Innisfail backyard.
This Summer, the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) is warning animal owners about the dangers of leaving their pets in vehicles. AVA President Dr Paula Parker said that every year, numerous pets are found confined to vehicles during hot conditions, which is a major animal welfare concern. “The temperature inside a vehicle on moderate to hot […]
This Summer, the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) is warning animal owners about the dangers of leaving their pets in vehicles.
If you enjoy a day at the races be assured that the research, development and extension into the future of this popular Australian pastime is on track.
Electric fences, personal protection, and shock collars could be the best ways to keep people safe from dingoes while visiting Fraser Island, according to Aussie researchers.
The winning images of the Centre for Invasive Species Solutions annual photo competition have captured the dark side of pest animals and weeds – showcasing infestation, damage and death, and emphasising the need for coordinated management to create positive outcomes.