A number of animal diseases are notifiable under NSW legislation. This means that there is a legal obligation to notify authorities if you know or suspect that an animal has one of these diseases.
By remaining vigilant and notifying as soon as you suspect a notifiable disease, you can play a vital role in protecting livestock industries and preventing disease spread to animals and possibly to humans.
- why are certain diseases notifiable?
- who has to notify?
- what is the best way to notify?
- what diseases are notifiable?
|Primefact: Notifiable animal diseases in NSW||PDF, 172.5 KB|
|Notifiable animal diseases in NSW form||PDF, 88.9 KB|