Resources

Staying Safe Around Dogs Part 1 & 2

AMRRIC recognises that whether you’re in a community to live, work or visit, it’s helpful to have the skills to manage interactions with free roaming dogs so you feel confident and safe. These videos discuss dog behaviour and body language, and how to recognise the...

My Dog House

My Dog House is an interactive activity for school years 2 to 4. Students use prior knowledge on the essential resources dogs need to stay happy and healthy, including food, water, family, medicine and shelter, to design and construct their own dog house. My Dog House...

Zoonoses fact sheet

The Zoonoses fact sheet answers the question "What are the potential zoonotic pathogens from dogs in Indigenous communities?" A zoonosis is a disease transmitted from animals to humans. Australia has at least 89 zoonotic agents and zoonotic disease can be spread...

Where does it belong? House or Bush/Sea?

This activity helps students to identify where animals belong in the environment. Students place animals under the two titles “House” or “Bush/Sea”, to illustrate where the animal belongs. The activity highlights where our native animals belong and where our...

Toolkit for Developing Education Programs

AMRRIC’s Toolkit for Developing Education Programs in Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities has been developed to help educators produce culturally appropriate resources and education programs. The toolkit provides an introduction to One Health education and details...

Skin sores and Streps – zoonoses fact sheet

Streptococci (Streps) are bacteria that can be found on the skin of humans and dogs. Streps are involved in rheumatic fever and post-rheumatic kidney and heart disease. The Skin sores and Streps fact sheet answers questions, including: What are skin sores? What are...