New findings from the PDSA Animal Wellbeing (PAW) Report 2017 raises concern

New findings from the PDSA Animal Wellbeing (PAW) Report 2017 raises concern

The BSAVA shares concerns over new findings in the seventh annual PDSA Animal Wellbeing (PAW) Report, which monitors pet welfare issues across the UK.Leading vet charity PDSA is warning that millions of UK dogs, cats and rabbits are at serious risk of deadly diseases as the number of owners vaccinating their pets has declined steeply.

Heartworm, babesiosis, leishmaniosis... FECAVA and ESCCAP join forces in the fight against vector-borne diseases

Heartworm, babesiosis, leishmaniosis... FECAVA and ESCCAP join forces in the fight against vector-borne diseases

May 2017 – The Federation of Companion Animal Veterinary Associations (FECAVA) and the European scientific counsel for companion animal parasites (ESCCAP) have decided to join forces in the fight against vector-borne diseases in dogs and cats.

 ‘Exchange of information on best practices, critical to ensuring the responsible use of veterinary medicines across the EU’

‘Exchange of information on best practices, critical to ensuring the responsible use of veterinary medicines across the EU’

Dear Partners,
We are happy to inform you that EPRUMA has just published a press release entitled ‘Exchange of information on best practices, critical to ensuring the responsible use of veterinary medicines across the EU

 Exchange of information on best practices, critical to ensuring the responsible use of veterinary medicines across the EU

Exchange of information on best practices, critical to ensuring the responsible use of veterinary medicines across the EU

Brussels, 13 October 2016

EPRUMA and the Slovak Presidency of the EU held a workshop to create a common understanding on the responsible use of veterinary medicines in the EU.
During the event, EPRUMA partners signed a declaration emphasising their commitment to pursuing common objectives for the coming years.

Rens van Dobbenburgh, FVE Vice President and EPRUMA Chair, said "Today’s event sheds light on the need for a sustained commitment by all animal health actors. This is why signing this declaration is not only the consolidation of over 10 years working in partnership, but also the basis for delivering a holistic approach towards the responsible use of veterinary medicines in the EU in the future".http://www.epruma.eu/component/downloads/downloads/128.html

 

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