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Pet Industry News
Magazine for the People of the Pet Industries in Australasia
Pet Industry News is Australia and New Zealand’s only pet trade magazine. Published four times a year, around 4000 copies of the magazine are sent free of charge to every pet-related business in our region including pet shops, aquariums, kennels & catteries, grooming business, wholesalers, major vets, etc


Illegal Plants in NSW

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Holiday pet planning: don’t fur-get to prepare!
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Fact sheet on proposed changes to the dog breeding industry in Victoria


Code of Practice - Puppies in pet shops Queensland

Code of Practice - Puppies in pet shops Victoria

Code of Practice - Puppies in pet shops NSW

Code of Practice - Puppies in pet shops South Australia
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Latest News
11:45am 11th October 2016

NSW Premier Mike Baird confirms back flip on greyhound racing ban

New South Wales cabinet ministers have emerged from a two-hour-long meeting after officially signing off on a plan to reverse the greyhound racing ban.

The ministers are now taking a new policy to the partyroom that will mean fewer races, fewer tracks and a suite of tougher animal welfare measures




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Entry into the Pet Industry News Magazine Directory (print copy) under the state you are based
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For information on obtaining a fauna dealers licence to sell reptiles in NSW
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History of the PIAA

NSW Government response to
Task Force Recommendations
NSW Code of Practice Inspection Report
NSW Retailers should use this Check Sheet to ensure
your standards comply with the state laws.
Other states should also use this as a guide to minimum standards
Checklist for Pet Shops

The revised Animal Welfare Code of Practice - Animals in Pet Shops became effective in September 2008. All pet shops need to comply with the Standards in the Code. Copies of the Code are available from:


  Australian and International
Pet Industry Trade Shows