This is a free guide prepared by the Petcare Information and Advisory Service (PIAS) to help city-dwellers make informed decisions about dog and cat ownership. This website provides practical information to help you decide whether you should own a dog or a cat, identify suitable breeds, negotiate rental and strata, manage pets with limited or no outdoor space as well as tips to help solve common problems.
Created by the Royal Veterinary College (London) - information, images, video clips in 6 chapters: 1. Basics, 2. The dental workplace, 3. Preventative dentistry, periodontal disease, tooth extraction, radiography
Animal Health Australia coordinates and manages more than 60 national projects relating to animal biosecurity, health and welfare on behalf of its Members, the Australian Government, state and territory governments and the peak national councils of Australia’s livestock industries and service providers.
This is a not-for-profit charity that uses a One Health approach to coordinate veterinary and education programs in Indigenous communities. By working with remote Indigenous communities to improve the health of their pets, we are helping to create healthier, safer and happier communities.
Animal Medicines Australia Ltd (AMA) is the peak industry body representing the leaders of the animal health industry in Australia. They work closely with a variety of industry organisations to promote an evidence based approach to public policy.
Brisbane City Council has local laws for the keeping of domestic animals. Council administers requirements for dog registration and microchipping. Owners are responsible to ensure their pets are healthy, safe and do not create a nuisance in their neighbourhood. Information on requirements for pet owners.
This information from Faunalytics examines our varying relationships with wildlife in broad strokes, as well as various wildlife issues that have arisen in recent years, based on the best available and current data.
Learn about fish body forms and behaviour. The Australasian fishes project allows you to upload images of fishes and comment on and identify other member's images https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/australasian-fishes
This association represents the collective voice of the zoos, aquariums, sanctuaries and wildlife parks across Australasia that operate to the highest standards. It focuses on a science-based approach to positive animal welfare.
This society promotes the exchange of information on all aspects of animal husbandry and has facilitated a multitude of professional development opportunities for zoo personnel across the Australasian region.