Friday, 5 April 2019
Click here and follow the steps to install the DV App on your iPhone, iPad or PC.
Thursday, 28 March 2019
The Laurie Luxmoore Library is now accessible worldwide.
Behind the scenes the Library Committee have been working on a major project to have KCC journals digitised on Trove.
Trove is an Australian online library database program and free faceted-search engine hosted by the National Library of Australia. It is one of the most well respected and accessed GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums) services in Australia with over 70,000 daily users.
It is a major accomplishment to have our journals available on Trove. You can even search your dog’s family history too.
If the only thing you do today is check out these titles, you’ve spent the day wisely.
K.C.C. Kennel Gazette (1932-1962) http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-760030452
Dogs (1962-1969) http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-760030643
Wednesday, 27 March 2019
As a result of the Belgian Shepherd Dog Survey conducted last year the ANKC has released the following communication with regards to amended regulations effective from 1 July 2019. Read more here
Wednesday, 20 March 2019
We draw your attention to a letter which details each club’s requirements when submitting any documentation to the Dogs Victoria office. Click here to read in full. This information can also be found under our Frequently Asked Questions – Club Requirements webpage.
Your co-operation and adherence to these requests not only assists the staff within the office but allows for more expedient paperwork processing for the club itself.
Kindly note, this notification was also sent out via the DV App yesterday. We thank you for your time and consideration.
Tuesday, 5 March 2019
Dogs Victoria’s KCC Park Facilities Committee are calling for expressions of interest from affiliated clubs (in the first instance) and individuals who wish to utilise the outdoor storage sheds at KCC Park - photo here
There are eight units in total, each measuring 6m long x 3.6m wide x 2.4m high. All sheds are Colorbond with lockable roller doors, concrete floor, external lighting and large vehicle access. The sheds will be located near the current storage units at KCC Park.
Once all expressions of interest have been received and collated, the KCC Park Facilities Committee will advise applicable costs and annual lease fees.
For the perfect storage solution, submit your interest in writing for the attention of ‘Dogs Victoria KCC Park Facilities Committee’ c/o Janet Davidson firstname.lastname@example.org
Dogs Victoria KCC Park Facilities Committee
“Building A Better Park”
Thursday, 7 February 2019
Several cases of kennel cough have been reported to the Dogs Victoria office amongst members’ dogs who may have attended events at either KCC Park or Bulla. Kennel Cough is highly contagious between dogs, with the main symptom being a persistent and forceful cough.
Members with dogs who display the symptoms of Kennel Cough are encouraged to contact their veterinarian for advice as we encourage you to keep affected dogs away from all other dogs during the contagious period. If you are concerned about Kennel Cough we recommend you contact your veterinarian for further information and advice.
Friday, 1 February 2019
We wish to inform members that whilst the small and large off leash areas at KCC Park are still accessible, they may not be secure for your dog and individuals enter at their own risk. Appropriate signage has been placed on the entry gates to advise of this.
The off leash areas have been scheduled for an upgrade and further notification of this will follow in due course.
Keeping our dogs safe is the top priority and we know you feel the same. We thank you for your continued support and understanding.
Friday, 18 January 2019
A video presentation has been developed as part of the Dogs Victoria member education program - see here
It aims to familiarise members with some important changes made to our Code of Practice which you must comply with.
Further information and Code of Practice documentation can be found on our website here
Friday, 7 December 2018
A condition of our Applicable Organisation status is that Dogs Victoria’s Codes of Practice comply with requirements set by the Victorian Government.
To assist members in reaching compliance with record keeping, etc, under the Code, a series of templates have been created for download in individual form or combined in an information booklet.
The templates are located on the Dogs Victoria Website under Member Resources >> Constitution, Rules and Regulations here or alternatively via our Quick Links section found at the bottom of each web page.
The entire Code of Practice Information Booklet (Record Keeping) can also be obtained in hard copy from Dogs Victoria reception.
Wednesday, 21 November 2018
Expressions of interest are being sought to develop the next stage of the Service Dog Memorial. Click here to read more.
Thank you to our patron Peter Hitchener for recording a message for our members and the wider dog community.
To watch please click here.