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AWF Jun 22
UK farming: is welfare good enough? Watch David Main, Professor of Production Animal Health and Welfare at Royal Agricultural University start the debate:
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Cathy Dwyer Jun 5
Wonderful and thoughtful presentation by ⁦⁩ on whether we can meet welfare needs of exotic animals in captivity
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Sonul Badiani-Hamment #LibDems 🔶 🇪🇺 Jun 5
To answer this succinctly: No.
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AWF Jun 18
Did you attend the AWF Discussion Forum earlier this month? If you did, please take a few minutes to share your feedback with us. We really value your opinion and would love to hear your thoughts.
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PFMA Jun 5
The UK has the highest welfare standards in livestock agriculture...debate about to begin - a divided room at the start. What will be the view at the end?
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Cathy Dwyer Jun 5
Counter arguments from Chris Draper about welfare assessment in zoos. Thought provoking
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Fiona Sach Jun 5
Excited to be at the AWF Animal welfare forum 2019 today exotic animals in captivity: can we meet their welfare needs?
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Daniella Dos Santos Jun 5
There are welfare issues that are common to all species . How can we address these issues?
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Diana Williams Jun 5
First time at an . Looking forward to a stimulating day.
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Diana Williams Jun 5
Really interesting questions raised by Polly Taylor, clinical excellence or over treatment?
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Gwen Covey-Crump Jun 15
Replying to @drchrisvet @VetPolly
The very fact you have posted this brings you huge respect from your colleagues. As I saw another year of new Vets get their results yesterday I hope they will follow your example. Listen to at last week now online
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Sheila Voas Jun 6
Back to Edinburgh on after yesterday. TB liaison this morning -great to welcome colleagues from rest of UK + RoI. But first a telecon with GB CVOs. Loving the T shirt
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Vicki Betton Jun 5
Great to be back at the -packed house, brilliant agenda and so many people to catch up with! 😊Chris Laurence kicking the day off -his speech including a welcome note to all vet teams to encourage breeding clients to use the
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Diana Williams Jun 5
Jim says we need to eat less and do better with the animals we have, totally agree
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Cathy Dwyer Jun 5
A great final comment from ⁦⁩ at . Really important that we include in children’s education ⁦
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The Links Group Jun 5
We're at the brilliant Discussion Forum; interesting session on 'Clinical excellence -or over-treatment', hearing from both human and animal clinicians to compare/contrast ethical dilemmas. Great to see AWF support of in programme too -thank you!
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Stacey Blease Jun 5
Clinical excellence or over-treatment? First topic of the day following up on last year’s discussion forum. What do you think?
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Canine Arthritis Management Jun 5
Upsetting the apple cart debate!! Very thought provoking
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Amanda Boag Jun 5
Thought provoking discussion on challenges with informed consent in human end of life care....difficult but important discussion and very relevant to our day to day conversations
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Mark Evans Jun 5
Wise words from Dr Polly Taylor sharing her concern that vets are getting carried away by super vet science. Just because vets can, does that mean they always should? No!There needs to be an ethical ‘sanity check’.
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