Exotic animals in captivity: can we meet their welfare needs?
UK farming: is welfare good enough?
Sponsored by Vet Partners
Clinical excellence or over-treatment?
The top welfare priorities of managed animals in the UK
The Impact of liver fluke on the welfare of horses
Risk factors associated with feline pruritus (PUE) unrelated to ectoparasites
We wouldn’t be able to run this event without the help from our sponsors. We’re really grateful to the following organisations for their support and dedication to improving animal welfare.
VetPartners is made up of some of the UK’s most respected and trusted small animal, equine, mixed and farm practices. Over the last 12 months, the group has diversified and now owns a research dairy, veterinary nursing school, laboratory and locum agency. The VetPartners farm vet practices cover 20% of all UK farm animals, 30% of dairy herds and over 45% of the pig population and their focus is on providing an excellent service to farmers and enhancing the health, welfare and productivity of UK livestock.
Ceva Animal Health is a global animal health company with a strong sense of corporate social responsibility. The company mantra is together beyond animal health which recognises the importance of animal health and welfare, the human animal bond as well as the zoonotic diseases that can occur. Ceva works closely with a number of global organisations including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the World Veterinary Association. In the UK Ceva has been sponsoring the UK animal welfare awards since 2012 which showcase, reward and celebrate outstanding contributions in the field of animal welfare.