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“Actions speak louder than words, and
this action undermines the Government’s previous promises the UK will
continue to be known for our high standards of animal health and welfare
post-Brexit” – Gudrun Ravetz.
The Federation of Veterinarians of
Europe’s Brexit negotiation plea includes a list of key points of
action, with a request for continued mutual recognition of veterinary
degrees across Europe, high on the list.
MPs have voted to reject the inclusion of a crucial clause that would transfer the recognition of animal sentience into UK law post Brexit in an eight-hour parliamentary debate on the EU (Withdrawal) Bill (15 November).
The continued existence of vultures and many species of birds of prey hangs in the balance in India, South Africa and Bulgaria.
The FECAVA Travel Scholarship encourages small animal veterinarians to appreciate the differences in veterinary life in other European cultures.
FECAVA’s initiatives for the health and welfare of brachycephalic dogs were highlighted during the second day of the general assembly of the Federation of Veterinarians of Europe (FVE), held in Brussels today