A FRANKSTON council push to introduce a pet ownership test has not been resolved at the May MAV state council meeting.
At the meeting of the councils, Frankston Council submitted a motion that read “that the MAV advocates to the Victorian State Government for the need to introduce a mandatory Responsible Pet Ownership Test for the public to complete (to an acceptable standard) in order to own given pets. The completion of the said test could be enforced via a number of mechanisms (i.e. annual pet registrations, completion of purchase etc.).”
No resolution was adopted as a result of the motion. The MAV will meet again in October.