This category covers sites concerned with the health of animals in the UK including livestock, pets and wild animals. It includes conditions and diseases affecting animals, including those that may be transmissible to humans, treatments, strategies to prevent the spread of disease, and regulatory matters governing inspection, movement, quarantine, import and export of animals.
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Animal & Plant Health
The executive agency primarily responsible for ensuring that farmed animals in Great Britain are healthy, disease-free and well looked after, and that risk to public health from animal disease is minimised.
Animal Health Trust
Veterinary charity dedicated to improving the health and welfare of horses, dogs and cats. Includes information on the referral clinics, diagnostic services, research into animal diseases and the advancement of veterinary teaching and practice.
Provides information and advice to cat owners and veterinary professionals. Information on services offered, downloadable publications and forthcoming events and talks in the UK.
Classical Swine Fever
Provides the history of a series of outbreaks in the United Kingdom in 2000, the steps taken by MAFF to contain the disease and the criticism of the disease control strategy.
Infectious Diseases in Livestock
Report from the Royal Society Inquiry commissioned by the UK Government into livestock diseases issued in July 2002 and a follow-up review in December 2004.
The National Animal Disease Information Service is a network of 60 veterinary practices and 6 veterinary colleges monitoring the health of cattle, sheep and pigs in the UK.
The National Office of Animal Health offers independent, expert animal health advice to enable owners and potential owners to make decisions about their pet’s healthcare. Includes resources and downloads.
Last update:December 22, 2016 at 4:05:04 UTC