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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As I have written previously, in introducing my Presidential theme – “Vets in the human-animal age” – the growing global demand for meat and dairy products is being increasingly examined for its environmental, animal welfare and human health impacts.
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