Model code of practice for the humane control of wild dogs

The aim of this code of practice is to provide information and recommendations to vertebrate pest managers responsible for the control of wild dogs. It includes advice on how to choose the most humane, target specific, cost effective and efficacious technique for reducing the negative impact of wild dogs.

This code of practice (COP) is a guide only; it does not replace or override the legislation that applies in the relevent state or territory jurisdiction. The COP should only be used subject to the applicable legal requirements (including OH&S) operating in the relevent jurisdication.

AuthorSharp,T. and Saunders,G
Date01/11/2004
Year2012
PublisherDepartment of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities
InstitutionInvasive Animals CRC
Pages15
NotesNotes
RegionAustralia - national
Documents

National model code of practice for the humane control of wild dogs 2012 [520 kb PDF]