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Belyuen Community Government Council annual report 2018-19



Belyuen Community Government Council annual report 2018-19


Belyuen Community Government Council


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Belyuen Community Government Council Annual Report 2018-2019 35 | P a g e Core Services 2018-19 Activity Performance Objective Assessment and the community when requested. There were no major fire outbreaks this year. There were no WHS issues. Dog control Implement programs for dog control to protect the health, safety, amenity and environment. Provision of service that promotes responsible animal care Vet clinic engaged quarterly to look after health of community dogs Ark Vet visit quarterly Pets are healthy There is a decrease in the number of pets in the community Ark Vets continue to visit the community resulting in an increase in the number of dogs desexed. In turn, this has resulted in a notable decrease of puppies in the community. The Vets are also giving Parvo immunisations to new pups and this has helped reduce the number of pups dying from parvo. ARK Vets continue to play an important role in helping to maintain healthy dogs as they give advice to dog owners on their visits. There is a noticeable decrease in the number of dogs in the community and very rarely will a malnourished dog be seen. This programme is coming up to 20 years old and it is now obvious that the old problems of too many dogs, ticks hanging off them, malnourished with some being leather back and vicious dogs due to fighting over food that all these things the community has now moved on from.

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