AMRRIC assists communites and shires with animal management by coordinating dog health programs in remote Indigenous communities. Our dog health programs include:
The effect of the dog programs is tangible, immediate and practical. It improves community health, empowers the indigenous community members, raises self-respect and provides a significant return on the money spent. This work addresses an expressed need in a manner which is culturally sensitive and agreed upon by all parties.
AMRRIC does not support 'culling' as a single measure in controlling dog numbers. Evidence demonstrates the ineffectiveness of culling. This approach destroys relationships with dog owners and the future of programs.
If you are seeking assistance with establishing dog health programs please contact AMRRIC.
For more detailed information read the Dog Health Program Guideline.