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The aim of the study was to evaluate the job satisfaction of official veterinarians working in the field of animal welfare control and identify both positive features and challenges of their work.
Finnish vets stressed by animal welfare control work, study says
24 February 2020
FeLV is a common retrovirus infection, with many different clinical presentations, which is fatal in progressively infected cats.
Guidelines for better diagnosis, prevention and treatment of feline retrovirus infections
12 February 2020
Animal issues are no longer socially invisible, and increasingly, greater attention is being devoted to understanding the moral significance of experiences of animals and to taking into consideration the welfare of animals.
AVMA Guidelines for the Euthanasia of Animals: 2020 Edition
29 January 2020
Although veterinarians are expected to have the main role in ensuring the welfare of all animals, it has been established that their perception of animal welfare may vary regarding animal species observed.
Opinions towards companion animals and their welfare: a survey of Croatian veterinary students
29 January 2020
Cats are very good at hiding their health problems, a survival instinct from their wild ancestors, when showing weakness made them easier prey.
A better way to screen cats for heart disease
18 October 2019
An in-depth interview with Peter J. Wolf and Dan Spehar about the importance and effectiveness of TNVR, and how regular people can get involved in helping community cats.
The importance of trap-neuter-vaccinate-return and citizen engagement
25 September 2019
A new study has found that focused cardiac ultrasound increases detection of cardiac issues in cats.
New screening method may help detect heart disease in cats
13 September 2019
Staff at the state-of-the-art veterinary hospital at the international animal welfare charity The Donkey Sanctuary will feature on the CBBC show ‘The Pets Factor’ this Friday, July 19.
The Donkey Sanctuary stars on CBBC TV show 'The Pets Factor'
19 July 2019
The Member organizations of the European Coordinating Committee on Veterinary Training (ECCVT) representing academia veterinarians and veterinary specialists organized a joint seminar in Brussels.
Vets discuss potential of digital technology in veterinary practice
13 May 2019
Three Bavarian districts have refused to give certificates that approve the export of live animals to third countries. Eurogroup for Animals calls on the Official Veterinarians of all the Member States to follow their example.
Open Letter to Official Vets to refuse to approve animal transports to third countries
28 February 2019
As the third most popular companion animals in the Netherlands, pet rabbits are the primary focus of a new study conducted by the University of Utrecht with the support of Dierenbescherming.
DIERENBESCHERMING: Pet rabbit sector needs more transparency
10 December 2018
As the risk of a disorderly, ‘no deal’ Brexit rises, members of the Eurogroup for Animals Brexit & Animals Taskforce met in London to ensure that the welfare of animals would be safeguarded, whatever happens.
Eurogroup for Animals Brexit & Animals Taskforce to ensure animals don’t pay the price for no deal
22 October 2018