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Ban glue traps in the UK - Why VetHelpDirect is supporting the RSPCA campaign
News and Comment
Ban glue traps in the UK - Why VetHelpDirect is supporting the RSPCA campaign
The UK is host to some of the most beautiful wildlife. We have 574 species of birds on the British Ornithologists Union list, 107 mammal species found in and around the British Isles, 13 native species of reptiles and am…
February 22, 2022 • 60 shares • 2 comments
Why does the MP's report on animal welfare want to muzzle the RSPCA?
News and Comment
Why does the MP's report on animal welfare want to muzzle the RSPCA?
Last month's EFRA Select Committee Report on Companion Animal Welfare came up with some excellent recommendations to improve the welfare of pets in the UK. More controversially, the report also recommended that prosecuti…
December 13, 2016 • 58 shares • 18 comments
Dogs
Crufts - the best and worst of the dog world?
Crufts starts today – the World's Largest Dog Show - an annual dog-fest that used to be seen as a "best of British" institution, but which has become controversial in recent years. This year, three different viewpoints h…
March 10, 2016 • 4 shares
News and Comment
Grazia: fashion news, beauty tips and terrible advice about breeding pets
Grazia is an Italian women's magazine, first printed in 1938 when it was modelled on the USA magazine, Harper's Bazaar. At the time, it was said to focus on traditional family values, such as cooking and child rearing. I…
July 7, 2015 • 10 comments
Dogs
Pedigree Dogs Exposed: five years on, do dogs suffer less?
It's hard to believe that it's already five years since the BBC documentary, Pedigree Dogs Exposed, was first broadcast. The programme stirred up unprecedented controversy about the practice of breeding and showing pedig…
September 5, 2013
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