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A presentation by Chris Laurence MBE to the 2013 AWF Discussion Forum. Part of a session exploring what happened next to issues discussed at the Forum from 2006 - 2012.
This video offers a historical perspective of animal welfare issues in the UK.
A complete group of AWF/BVA videos in the Discussion Forum is at:
The videos cover many species; dog's/companion animal's welfare concerns are included in some of the talks.
Also see AWF's website: https://www.animalwelfarefoundation.org.uk/
View IPFD Board member Patricia Olson's presentation at The Role of Clinical Studies for Pets with Naturally Occurring Tumors in Translational Cancer Research: A Workshop (June, 2015)
Best-practices for conduct of clinical trial for animal patients
Also see the PDF...
Other presentations from the workshop are available.
See: Dr. Mathew Breen's presentation which elaborates on the powerful opportunity possible with identification of genetic factors in the dog contributing to advancing cancer research in humans and Dr. Heidi Parker's - Canine Cancer Genomics
Breeding healthy dogs
Professor Brenda Bonnett talks about the use of breed specific insurance statistics for breeders, breed clubs, veterinarians and other stake holders.
Avl av friske hunder
Professor Brenda Bonnett's foredrag om bruken av rasespesifikk forsikringsstatistikk i avlsarbeidet. Foredraget henvender seg til oppdrettere, raseklubber, veterinærer og andre interessenter.
From the First International Conference on Human Behaviour Change for Animal Welfare
Richard Casey: Using PetWise MOTs to Improve Animal Welfare
What are PetWise Mots? https://www.pdsa.org.uk/education-centre/petwise-mot/what-are-petwise-mots
Also see: Kelly Arthur's Blog post, Welfare Consultations to Improve Pet Wellbeing and Generate Revenue
See Dr. Brenda Bonnett's presentation from the First International Conference on Human Behaviour Change for Animal Welfare.
Also see DWN's Human Dog Interactions Category.