With a total of 23 years’ experience within the animal industry, including 10 years in Animal Management with local government Louise Hainey brings an understanding of animal related issues in local government to her role as a trainer within the Peak Services team.
With a Diploma of Veterinary Nursing, a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and 20 years’ experience in canine behaviour and school based pet education, Louise is ready to assist you in moving forward.
Over the past 10 years, she has delivered over 2000 pet education sessions to over 91,000 students
Chipped over 15,000 pets, saw over 7,000 pets become registered and 1,300 cats snipped
Designed, co-ordinated and ran the State Government funded Pilot program – ‘Snip and Chip’
Assisting in the review group in creating a new Local Law
Auditing dog attacks files and Dangerous Dog permits, ensuring full compliance with State Legislation
Assisted with advising officers on the Animal Management Act
Assisting officers with interviewing both complainant and alleged owner
Interviewing children involved in dog attacks – both victim and witness
Experience with disaster teams to cater for animals at evacuation centres
Bachelor of Education (ongoing)
TAA40104 Certificate IV in Training & Assessment Diploma of Veterinary Nursing
Instructor Dog Training & Behaviour Education Authorised Microchip Implanter (QLD, NSW, VIC)