Events

Young Vets in the Dock (student debate)

Wednesday April 23rd 2014

You're a newly qualified vet and find yourself inadvertently drawn into a legal case. It can be a daunting scenario. AWF Trustee David Harwood wants to help. Drawing on his experience in veterinary forensic work for AHVLA and RSPCA, David will be sharing do’s and don’ts and offering advice to help you be a more confident witness.

This event is kindly supported by Ceva Animal Health Ltd

2014 Discussion Forum

Monday May 12th 2014

Topical animal welfare issues, engaging speakers and a great venue make our annual Discussion Forum an unmissable event. Register now to join the debate. 

Cat Cafes - purrfectly acceptable? (student debate)

Tuesday May 13th 2014

Examining the latest popular trend in coffee bars where cats are available to be petted by customers, Emma Milne questions whether this is an acceptable life for the cats themselves.

This event is kindly supported by Hill's Pet Nutritian Ltd

 

Young Vet in the Dock (student debate)

Wednesday May 21st 2014

You're a newly qualified vet and find yourself inadvertently drawn into a legal case. It can be a daunting scenario. AWF Trustee David Harwood wants to help. Drawing on his experience in veterinary forensic work for AHVLA and RSPCA, David will be sharing do’s and don’ts and offering advice to help you be a more confident witness.

This event is kindly supported by Ceva Animal Health Ltd

When should the farm vet reach for the gun? (student debate)

Thursday May 22nd 2014

If there is no licensed gun available how can chemical euthanisia be carried out humanely?

Graham Duncanson, AWF REpresentative, explores this challenging dilemma.

This event is kindly supported by Ceva Animal Health Ltd