They investigate a Spanish protector for illegal animal trafficking with profits of 265,000 euros

The Fiscal and Border Analysis and Investigation Unit (UDAIFF) of the Civil Guard and the Nature Protection Service (SEPRONA) investigated on March 1 the president of an association for a continued crime of documentary forgeryby falsifying export certificates and presenting them to the UK authorities to export 482 dogs from Gran Canaria to the UK … Read more

What’s Bird Flu, Why Is It Killing Chickens, and Should We Be Worried?

A global outbreak of influenza among wild birds, once largely a worry for egg producers and backyard farmers, is raising growing public concern as the virus has displayed a disconcerting ability to infect various mammal species. The spread of the virus, known as H5N1, is setting off fears of even higher egg and poultry prices, … Read more

Influential Women in Animal and Veterinary Health in Spain

The animal health sector in Spain has evolved a lot in recent years, going from being mainly masculine y rural to concentrate in the cities, with women now being the majority in the profession. This process of feminization is becoming more and more noticeable in the profession, since more than 72% of registered veterinarians under … Read more

Spain approves the Royal Decree on animal welfare in livestock

The Council of Ministers has approved the last two royal decrees that complete the accompanying regulatory package for the development of the new Common Agricultural Policy (PAC) in Spain, and which refer to the improvement of the animal welfare conditions on farms and the rules for the application of penalties in the interventions contemplated in … Read more

How often should a dog be bathed? | news today

If your dog has been exercising a lot, a good bath will give him great pleasure. Foto: Pexels Hygiene in our pet is super important. Just as we care about their food and health, it is vital that we start paying attention to other care, such as bathing. Lea: “Super pigs”, the invasive species that … Read more

Epilepsy in dogs THE PTA MAGAZINE

A family comes to the pharmacy with their dog. The woman says that recently the animal had epileptic seizures for the first time. That’s why it’s been on phenobarbital, prescribed by the vet, for a week now. Since the dog doesn’t seem to be taking the medication well and the vet is on vacation, his … Read more

Ill sea lion is Chile’s first maritime mammal scenario of fowl flu

Chilean wellbeing officials have discovered the country’s to start with situation of remarkably pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in a maritime mammal immediately after obtaining a 250-kilogram sea lion stranded on a northern seaside with respiratory issues. . “This is the to start with circumstance of a marine mammal contaminated with this virus in Chile,” Serna … Read more

The Animal Protection Law overcomes its blockade by excluding hunting dogs

In recent weeks the Bill for the protection, rights and welfare of animals has experienced intense days of negotiation in the Congress of Deputies. And it is that 2 sessions have been held in the Social Rights Commission —and two more that were canceled at the last moment— to try to unlock the lawwhich does … Read more

Ceva Salud Animal congratulates Christmas with a video about solidarity

Something Salud Animaltrue to its motto ‘Together, beyond animal health’, congratulates the Christmas to all those who watch over the health of human beings, animals and the environment and make a wish for the coming year: #QueSiguaelHilodelaSolidaridad. The company has published a christmas video in which he remembers that all living beings come into the … Read more