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The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has welcomed the Scottish Government’s decision to ban the use of electric shock collars and other electronic training devices.Read more
For the first time, researchers have investigated lateralised spontaneous behaviour in the domestic cat and discovered female cats are much more likely to use their right paw than their male counterparts. Scientists at Queen’s University Belfast recruited 44 cats – 24 male and 20 female – for the study, in which pet cats were monitored as they performed three spontaneous behaviours: lying on their side, stepping down a flight of stairs and stepping over a raised object.Read more
Following the successful WVA Animal Welfare Award 2017 (click here for a short video), WVA and Ceva Sante Animale are delighted to launch the 2nd WVA Animal Welfare Award that will be presented during the World Veterinary Association Congress 2018 in Barcelona, Spain on 5th-8th May 2018.Read more
The sale of puppies without their mother present will be banned in a bid to end the “disturbing” trade of animals bred in puppy farms, Theresa May has announced.