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?
Taking charge of our future-read the new #VetFutures report & find out more https://t.co/qIZP4TT7Ek @rcvs_uk https://t.co/Y2ieHR9qVk
25 Nov at 18:30
Use the Puppy Contract to make sure both you & your new pup are healthy & happy @RSPCA_official @AWF_VETS https://t.co/q2kRUlTKVi
25 Nov at 12:45
BVA President warns Defra cuts in today's #AutumnStatement could impact disease surveillance & ability to respond https://t.co/Sw387Iris1
25 Nov at 08:37
Primates aren't pets - sign our joint petition and help us #protectprimates https://t.co/bwPFI03Ab2
24 Nov at 19:35
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.
Responsible use of medicines is this month’s hot topic, with particular reference to the use of antimicrobials as we head towards European Antibiotic Awareness Day (EAAD) on 18 November.
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