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May 30, 2003

Humane Animal Control and Management

Resources

Humane Society International

Humane Animal Population Management

  • Humane Dog Population Management Guidance and Humane Cat Population Management Guidance (International Companion Animal Management Coalition) For the Humane Dog Population Management Guidance in Spanish, Chinese, French, Portuguese, Russian, Thai, Turkish, and Arabic, please visit www.icam-coalition.org/resources.html

    The International Companion Animal Management (ICAM) Coalition has published guidelines on how to manage dog and cat populations in the most humane, effective and resource-efficient way possible. These documents  are intended for use by any government body or non-governmental organisation (NGO) involved in the management of dog and cat populations. Although there is no "quick fix" solution to the problems caused by roaming dogs and cats, these guidances outlines all the factors that should be considered and how  comprehensive and sustainable interventions can be designed. The ICAM Coalition believes that the management of roaming dogs and cats is the responsibility of the government; however, NGOs may be contracted to design or manage components of interventions or may be asked for their advice. These guidances will support all parties involved in dog and cat population management to target support where it can be most effective and to make best use of limited resources. Visit www.icam-coalition.org to learn more about the ICAM Coalition.

Spay/Neuter

Papers and reports