BVA has launched its landmark animal welfare strategy highlighting the veterinary profession’s unique opportunity – and responsibility – to advocate animals’ best interests at individual, community and political levels.
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Don't miss @seanwensley talk on Puppy Farming today at @AVS_UK_Ireland #Congress at 11am https://t.co/4K7JuuXRxn
06 Feb at 10:01
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06 Feb at 08:40
Safe travels to all of you heading to @AVS_UK_Ireland #Congress today-look out for @seanwensley's presentation on puppy farming on Saturday
05 Feb at 18:15
This evening (3rd February), BVA’s animal welfare strategy – “Vets
speaking up for animal welfare” - will be launched at the annual BVA
London Dinner, to a roomful of key influencers including Defra Minister
George Eustice MP, other MPs and Peers, industry representatives, NGOs,
journalists, retailers and animal welfare scientists.
Animal welfare science is informing our understanding of animals and this, in turn is changing society’s attitudes towards how animals ought to be used and treated. It is a field which we as vets must remain fully conversant with, reflecting the findings in our practices and policies, while an increasing number of vets are completing related postgraduate qualifications.
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