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Who is the ACA?

ACA is a national incorporated association representing the interests of all animal hobbyists. Led by a strong committee composed of representatives for each major animal group – as pictured and outlined above. To find out more about how the ACA is representing your favourite animals simply follow the links above.

You can have a voice – ACA has established Animal Advisory Groups for each main species. Individual members and member organisations can request to be included in these groups, so join ACA today and help by having your say!

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Why ACA?

ACA was established as an independant animal welfare organisation, by uniting experienced animal keepers, carers and breeders. Extreme animal rights and animal liberationist ideologies have been influencing government legislation, regulation and policy development & implementation, without proper consultation, at the expense of you and your animals. We are here to provide a trustworthy, balanced voice – protecting you and your animals.

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Latest Issues

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For rabbit keepers in NSW: Rabbit Calcivirus is currently active in Londonderry and Toronto Morriset areas.

It is still recommended by veterinarians that all pet rabbits are vaccinated with the current Cylap® to protect against RHDV. Though the Cylap® is not fully effective against the RHDV2, it will protect rabbits from RHDV1 K5 strain as well as any other circulating RHDV1 strains.
For more information on the protection of pet rabbits against RHDV1, RHDV1 K5 and RHDV2, click on the link below;
www.vetvoice.com.au/ec/diseases/rabbit-calicivirus/

To Join ACA: www.animalcareaustralia.org.au/join/
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For rabbit keepers in NSW: Rabbit Calcivirus is currently active in Londonderry and Toronto Morriset areas.

It is still recommended by veterinarians that all pet rabbits are vaccinated with the current Cylap® to protect against RHDV. Though the Cylap® is not fully effective against the RHDV2, it will protect rabbits from RHDV1 K5 strain as well as any other circulating RHDV1 strains.
For more information on the protection of pet rabbits against RHDV1, RHDV1 K5 and RHDV2, click on the link below;
https://www.vetvoice.com.au/ec/diseases/rabbit-calicivirus/

To Join ACA:  https://www.animalcareaustralia.org.au/join/

Want to make a real difference on how we keep animals in Australia?


Right now, in parliaments and local councils across the country animal rights ideologies are being imposed into legislation and welfare policies without proper consultation.
For years the animal rights movement have been influencing policies unchecked - why? Because your voice was going unheard.
That’s why Animal Care Australia is working hard to defend all animals from the ideologies that now effectively limit how you can keep and care for your pets.
But we can’t do it alone.
Add your voice to the 1,000’s of other ACA members - so the children of tomorrow know what it’s like to own a pet!
Join us today: www.animalcareaustralia.org.au/join/
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Want to make a real difference on how we keep animals in Australia?

 
Right now, in parliaments and local councils across the country animal rights ideologies are being imposed into legislation and welfare policies without proper consultation.
For years the animal rights movement have been influencing policies unchecked - why? Because your voice was going unheard.   
That’s why Animal Care Australia is working hard to defend all animals from the ideologies that now effectively limit how you can keep and care for your pets.
But we can’t do it alone. 
Add your voice to the 1,000’s of other ACA members - so the children of tomorrow know what it’s like to own a pet!  
Join us today:  https://www.animalcareaustralia.org.au/join/

An amendment for the NSW Minister to implement a revised Breeding of Dogs & Cats Code of Practice has been passed by both Houses in Parliament. The new deadline for the release of the revised Code is 31 August 2021.

For more information:
www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/bill/files/3816/Agreed%20to%20-%20c2021-057F.pdf?fbclid=IwAR3bCRiZrs6rB...
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An amendment for the NSW Minister to implement a revised Breeding of Dogs & Cats Code of Practice has been passed by both Houses in Parliament. The new deadline for the release of the revised Code is 31 August 2021.

For more information:
https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/bill/files/3816/Agreed%20to%20-%20c2021-057F.pdf?fbclid=IwAR3bCRiZrs6rBgTwMvor5O31RCkyrwIILnvwZc08kQIkg8l1b9vwYUgYUqc

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Thanks so much for the update. Has there been any stakeholder consultation on a draft?