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  1. Why can’t we get fewer lame cows?

    This year’s AWF Discussion Forum includes a debate on whether it’s possible to meet the welfare needs of exotic animals in captivity.  As well as inviting two leading exotics vets, we’ve also invited Chris Draper and Mark Jones from the Born Free Foundation.  They’ll be presenting their argument on why it is not possible to adequately provide […]
  2. Obesity – the elephant in the consult room!

    This year’s AWF Discussion Forum includes a debate on whether it’s possible to meet the welfare needs of exotic animals in captivity.  As well as inviting two leading exotics vets, we’ve also invited Chris Draper and Mark Jones from the Born Free Foundation.  They’ll be presenting their argument on why it is not possible to adequately provide […]
  3. Meet our student researchers – Charlotte, University of Liverpool

    This year’s AWF Discussion Forum includes a debate on whether it’s possible to meet the welfare needs of exotic animals in captivity.  As well as inviting two leading exotics vets, we’ve also invited Chris Draper and Mark Jones from the Born Free Foundation.  They’ll be presenting their argument on why it is not possible to adequately provide […]
  4. Meet the speakers – exotics in captivity

    This year’s AWF Discussion Forum includes a debate on whether it’s possible to meet the welfare needs of exotic animals in captivity.  As well as inviting two leading exotics vets, we’ve also invited Chris Draper and Mark Jones from the Born Free Foundation.  They’ll be presenting their argument on why it is not possible to adequately provide […]
  5. Meet the speakers – is UK farming welfare good enough?

    This year’s AWF Discussion Forum includes a debate on whether it’s possible to meet the welfare needs of exotic animals in captivity.  As well as inviting two leading exotics vets, we’ve also invited Chris Draper and Mark Jones from the Born Free Foundation.  They’ll be presenting their argument on why it is not possible to adequately provide […]
  6. Speaker Q&A – exotics vet Tariq Abou-Zahr

    This year’s AWF Discussion Forum includes a debate on whether it’s possible to meet the welfare needs of exotic animals in captivity.  As well as inviting two leading exotics vets, we’ve also invited Chris Draper and Mark Jones from the Born Free Foundation.  They’ll be presenting their argument on why it is not possible to adequately provide […]
  7. Exotic animals in captivity – speaker Q&A

    This year’s AWF Discussion Forum includes a debate on whether it’s possible to meet the welfare needs of exotic animals in captivity.  As well as inviting two leading exotics vets, we’ve also invited Chris Draper and Mark Jones from the Born Free Foundation.  They’ll be presenting their argument on why it is not possible to adequately provide […]
  8. Why I used The Puppy Contract

    This year’s AWF Discussion Forum includes a debate on whether it’s possible to meet the welfare needs of exotic animals in captivity.  As well as inviting two leading exotics vets, we’ve also invited Chris Draper and Mark Jones from the Born Free Foundation.  They’ll be presenting their argument on why it is not possible to adequately provide […]
  9. Clinical excellence or over-treatment? Q&A with Discussion Forum speaker Polly Taylor

    This year’s AWF Discussion Forum includes a debate on whether it’s possible to meet the welfare needs of exotic animals in captivity.  As well as inviting two leading exotics vets, we’ve also invited Chris Draper and Mark Jones from the Born Free Foundation.  They’ll be presenting their argument on why it is not possible to adequately provide […]
  10. A thumbs-up to The Puppy Contract from both breeders and buyers

    This year’s AWF Discussion Forum includes a debate on whether it’s possible to meet the welfare needs of exotic animals in captivity.  As well as inviting two leading exotics vets, we’ve also invited Chris Draper and Mark Jones from the Born Free Foundation.  They’ll be presenting their argument on why it is not possible to adequately provide […]