The animal-human bond, veterinary education, global imperatives, professionalism and wellbeing will be taking centre stage at this year's BVA Congress.
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.
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Happily, my first duty as BVA President was to welcome the recently formed British Veterinary Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (BVLGBT) group to BVA HQ in London.
As the temperature starts to drop @BBCearth looks at the furriest (and warmest) animals on the planet http://t.co/fglNRZDSAR
08 Oct at 17:45
It's #NationalPoetryDay so to celebrate here's a great poem written by a dog (& @fmarciuliano) http://t.co/6vdwfZ6HLl
08 Oct at 10:00
Look out for our new President @seanwensley in this video explaining dog & cat breeding laws in the UK http://t.co/Hj4oe5iw5I #EUpetwelfare
08 Oct at 07:25
From public health to mental health, our new #VeterinaryView film covers so many topics impacting vets today http://t.co/gsk8MxptEr
07 Oct at 17:45
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