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BVA responds to Wales puppy farming investigation

Our President Daniella Dos Santos responds to BBC Wales Investigates’ report highlighting the scale and impact of the puppy farming trade in Wales


Leading animal welfare charity to spotlight pet obesity at BVNA Congress Fringe

University of Liverpool professor Alex German and veterinary nurse Josephine Oakden will be debating ways to understand and tackle the pet obesity crisis in a BVNA Congress Fringe session chaired by the Animal Welfare Foundation.


Recommend The Kitten Checklist to help clients pick out their purr-fect pet

We along with animal welfare groups are urging vets to support The Kitten Checklist by recommending it to clients and breeders


BVA welcomes refreshed RUMA Targets Task Force

We welcome the establishment of a refreshed task force by the Responsible Use of Medicines in Agriculture Alliance to start defining new antibiotic reduction goals in farm livestock post-2020


More students are just one piece of the puzzle to solve veterinary workforce shortages

Training more vets alone will not be enough to address workforce issues, says the British Veterinary Association. Instead a holistic, long term approach to veterinary education is needed to ensure that the workforce remains resilient and can meet future demand in the areas of animal health and welfare and public health.


Vets join calls for no-deal Brexit to be taken off the table

BVA is calling for no-deal Brexit to be taken off the negotiating table following detailed analysis of the potential impact on animal health and welfare.

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