There are no circumstances where a primate would benefit from being kept as a pet, so we’re calling for the introduction of regulations that will end the keeping and trading of primates as pets.
Veterinary View is a programme made up of short films, debates and interviews about the veterinary profession which premiered at BVA Members' Day on 24 September.
Launched at the London Vet Show on 20 November, the report is a culmination of engagement and research with the veterinary profession over the last 12 months.
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This month we're asking:
Are we an animal welfare-focused profession?
Have you seen that the fantastic @VetlifeVBF is now called Vetlife? New name, same amazing service: https://t.co/9mSLThNzdZ
27 Nov at 18:55
This time last week we were launching the new #VetFutures Report 2015 @RCVS_UK https://t.co/X94ToutsTi https://t.co/VdfWPX1NWM
27 Nov at 13:20
The Puppy Contract guide helps you buy a new pup from responsible breeders https://t.co/GgTCxqZ1mB @RSPCA_official @AWF_VETS #BBCWatchdog
27 Nov at 09:34
I’m a vet who has spent years working with famers, focused on the welfare of livestock, so the current focus and, arguably, societal pressure to eat less meat poses some thought-provoking questions.
In just a few short days, at the London Vet Show, the Veterinary Benevolent Fund (VBF), the charity of which I am President, will rebrand and officially become Vetlife.
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