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Jun
15

Will there be a fall in pet vaccination figures?

By Josh LoebNew figures on the proportion of pets receiving primary vaccinations and boosters are being hotly anticipated after a concerning dip in the UK vaccination rate over recent years.Data from the 2018 PDSA Animal Wellbeing (PAW) report appear...

VetRecord
Jun
15

Travelling fellowships awarded for One Health projects

Three research projects with One Health principles at their core are set to benefit from funding from the Soulsby Foundation.Fellowships totalling more than £25,000 have been awarded to three researchers to help them to travel to progress their under...

VetRecord
Jun
15

'Advise clients of no-deal pet travel rules

By Georgina MillsVets are being reminded that if the UK leaves the EU without a deal, the UK will no longer be part of the pet passport scheme and they must advise pet owners on what steps to take to prepare their pets for travelling abroad.The messa...

VetRecord
Jun
15

'UK - dont let your standards slip, warns US animal welfare expert

By Matthew LimbThe UK should hold on to its high animal welfare standards and not join ‘a race to the bottom’ in pursuit of a transatlantic trade deal, a leading US veterinary academic has warned.Jim Reynolds told the Animal Welfare Foundation Discus...

VetRecord
Jun
15

Lack of knowledge is top welfare concern

By Matthew LimbResearchers have identified the top animal welfare priorities for managed animals in the UK.In an ambitious project for the Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF), they obtained expert consensus for 11 cross-cutting priorities across a range ...

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