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Greenhounds Assessments for Greyhounds

Our founder, Eve McKenzie is the only qualified Greenhound assessor in lower northern NSW (from Grafton to Central Coast) that conducts Greenhound assessments for Greyhounds (pet and retired racing).

Greyhounds who have passed the assessment taken at Dogaholics, do not have to wear a muzzle in public places (whilst under the effective control of the owner).

If you have a pet or retired racing Greyhound and would like to undertake the assessment for muzzle exemption, please call us today.

COST:      $150 for assessment

* Please note, there is an additional charge for the green collar which is payable directly to Greenhounds NSW.  

For further information on the Greenhound program visit http://www.greenhounds.com.au/

Public Access Test

Dogs such as assistance dogs that enter public spaces, services and transport need to be stable, well-behaved and not a nuisance to the public. They are therefore required to take a Public Access Test to prove that they are under your control and appropriately trained.

Do you require your assistance dog to undertake the Public Access Test?

Whatever your requirements, we can help, so give us a call today.

For more information please visit www.minddog.org.au

Behavioural Assessments - Menacing Or Dangerous Dogs

If you have received a Notice of Intention to Declare a Menacing or Dangerous Dog from your local council and would like a behavioural assessment conducted on your dog, please call us as soon as you receive the Notice of Intention.

If your dog has already been declared a menacing or dangerous dog and you would like to apply to your council to revoke this declaration, we can conduct a behavioural assessment to include in your application.  

A full report is available as part of the temperament assessment process. 

COST: $400 (includes assessment and full report)

(This is general information only: please be aware an application to revoke a declaration cannot be made until after the period of 12 months following the date on which the dog was declared to be a dangerous dog or a menacing dog.  For further information, please contact your local council.) 

 

 

 

    
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