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BVA presses new Animal Health and Welfare Minister to take action on banning shock collars

11 Jan 2024

As Lord Robbie Douglas-Miller takes up his new role as Minster for Biosecurity, Animal Health and Welfare, we’ve written to him on behalf of our members and the wider veterinary professions to raise concern over the lack of progress through Parliament of legislation that will ban the use of shock collars as a training device for cats and dogs.

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