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Vets pleased to see animal sentience back on Government’s agenda in Queen’s Speech

We have welcomed proposals set out in the Queen's Speech that would see animal sentience finally being embedded in UK legislation.


AWF invites applications for student animal welfare research grants

The Animal Welfare Foundation is inviting applications for the 2019 AWF Student Grant Scheme for innovative research projects designed to impact animal welfare


BVA responds to Downs Study on badger culling

We have responded to a study by Downs et al assessing the effects from four years of badger culling in England on the incidence of bovine tuberculosis (bTB) in cattle.


Fireworks season sparks vet calls for pet safety

With the fireworks season fast approaching, vets are encouraging pet owners and animal keepers to start preparing now to prevent possible injury and distress to their pets and livestock during traditional dates such as Bonfire Night, Diwali or New Year’s Eve


Vets put high welfare veal back on the table to help reduce surplus male production animals

Our new joint position says that putting high welfare, UK veal and goat’s meat back onto the table could help reduce the regular killing of unwanted male animals on farms.


BVA joins leading veterinary figures in green initiative

BVA's Senior Vice President, Simon Doherty has joined 14 leading veterinary figures from across the UK as part of a new green initiative, aimed to inspire sustainable actions and principles across the profession.

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