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11th March 2019

Improving animal welfare is our common goal...   We have recently linked up with ACTAsia, a not-for-profit organization which provides veterinary training in Asia, in a partnership to support the veterinary profession in China and other Asian...
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WSAVA

11th March 2019

Ahead of this year’s Grand National, the University's Continuing Education department is hosting two evenings of expert talks that will explore the health and wellbeing of thoroughbred race horses, how they inspired one of Liverpool’s most famous...
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University of Liverpool

10th March 2019

Farming and industry groups seek government assurances for consumers and UK farmers Billions of eggs produced by hens kept in battery cages could be back on the UK menu in the event of a no-deal Brexit unless the government acts to protect consumers...
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The Guardian

8th March 2019

We appointed our first two female patrol officers in 1952 - today 68 percent of our frontline inspectors are women. We've been shaped by pioneering women throughout our history, from the Victorian age right up to the present day. Queen Victoria...
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RSPCA

8th March 2019

This week (6th March), we took our recently launched Rethink Fish campaign to the European Parliament in Brussels. MEPs John Flack (ECR, UK) & Anja Hazekamp (GUE, Netherlands) hosted the roundtable event – ‘How to put Fish Welfare at the Heart...
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Ciwf

7th March 2019

Miss Dorothy Sidley 1896-1978 The volunteer who dedicated her life to animal welfare “….The pigs were abominably treated.  The first sound I heard in the market was a pig’s scream.  The selling had just commenced when I arrived and as the auctioneer...
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HSA

7th March 2019

If the UK leaves the EU on 29 March without a deal, there may be changes that affect private, official or abattoir veterinarians.   Importing and exporting There are some actions you’ll need to take if you certify animals, germplasm or animal...
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Gov.UK

6th March 2019

We’ve launched a campaign to help millions of dogs in the UK who could be struggling to cope when they’re left alone. How to make your pooch the happiest on the block We’ve launched #DogKind to help the seven million dogs who find being away from...
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RSPCA

5th March 2019

  Our new Case Against Marine Mammals in Captivity (CAMMIC) report details, with scientific evidence, why we should never force these intelligent, wild animals to live in artificial environments   Revealed in the report Wild cetaceans (whales and...
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WAP

5th March 2019

The All-Party Parliamentary Group for Animal Welfare (APGAW) is seeking to assess whether the reduction in numbers of small and medium sized abattoirs in the UK has negatively impacted animal welfare. The Group intends to carry out a small inquiry...
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APGAW

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