Not-for-profit organisation Animal Management in Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities (AMRRIC) have been recognised by the International Canine Health Awards for their work and contributions to dog health and welfare.

AMRRIC won the ‘Special International Award’ at the International Canine Health Awards, the largest and most distinguished veterinary awards ceremony in the world. AMRRIC are the first ever organisation to win this prestigious international award.

“To be honoured with this award is absolutely humbling. It’s also wonderful validation of the value and impact of AMRRIC’s work to address health inequities, by working collaboratively to improving the health and wellbeing of companion animals in remote Australian Indigenous communities,” said Dr Bonny Cumming, AMRRIC’s Program Manager – Strategic Delivery. Read more