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 FCI - Dogs helping people

FCI - Dogs helping people

The FCI highlighted the importance of dogs to society with an event in BrusselsBRUSSELS, 1 July 2016 -- The European Section of the FCI (World Canine Federation) hosted on Tuesday 28 June a summer outdoor event dedicated to dogs: dogs helping people, changing society.

 FECAVA Congress Vienna

FECAVA Congress Vienna

The FECAVA Council Meeting took place on 25th June in Vienna.Special guests were Thierry Chambon representing UEVP, Andrew Robinson representing FVE and Reneé Chalmers representing WSAVA.The FECAVA president Jerzy Gawor was proud to announce the high number of associate members which renewed the membership as well as new members.

 Media’s vaccine claim ‘blatantly untrue’ – WSAVA

Media’s vaccine claim ‘blatantly untrue’ – WSAVA

The WSAVA has hit back at inaccurate reports in the national media claiming it was urging vets to avoid using a market-leading vaccine.

Experts review what today’s ageing cats look like

Experts review what today’s ageing cats look like

What does a healthy ageing cat look like? That is the question being tackled in this month’s issue of the Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery, which will look at feline healthy ageing.

Identification, vaccination and movement of dogs and cats in the EU: How to improve the Pet Passport and TRACES systems?

Identification, vaccination and movement of dogs and cats in the EU: How to improve the Pet Passport and TRACES systems?

Following up the publication of a report prepared by VIER PFOTEN, the goal of this conference is to present technical and detailed problems which have never been shown up at EU level (Transponders, TRACES, Pet passport etc.) and to explore possible solutions to improve EU tools and legislations on the traceability of cats and dogs, animal health and welfare.
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Can pets fit into our busy modern lives?

Can pets fit into our busy modern lives?

Whether our modern world of social media and packed diaries is compatible with responsible pet ownership will be one of the key debates between leading vets and animal welfare organisations and charities at the annual Animal Welfare Foundation (AWF) Discussion Forum at One Great George Street, London, next month (5 June).

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