Wild dog management strategy

Wild Dog Management Strategy - cover


The primary objective of the NSW Wild Dog Management Strategy is to improve the management of wild dogs in NSW. In particular it aims to minimise the negative impacts of wild dogs on primary production, the environment and the wider community by clearly defining the roles and responsibilities of land managers and other community members in managing wild dogs.

The strategy was developed by Biosecurity NSW with input from the Wild Dog Working Group (WDWG) a working group of the NSW Pest Animal Council. The WDWG includes wild dog-affected landholders and representatives of NSW Farmers’ Association, Department of Primary Industries, Livestock Health and Pest Authorities, Office of Environment and Heritage, and Forestry Corporation of NSW.


Published: 01 Aug 2012