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Dog Breeding
Vets tell MPs that dog welfare council should become a regulatory body

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THE BVA and BSAVA appeared before the House of Commons Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee (EFRACom) last week, to give evidence to the committee for its inquiry into dog control and welfare.

The BVA President, Peter Harlech Jones, and the BSAVA president, Mark Johnston, told MPs on EFRACom that the Advisory Council on the Welfare Issues of Dog Breeding should be made into a regulatory body, and that legislation on dog breeding needs to be updated to ensure the health and welfare of dogs and puppies.

The evidence session also covered: the veterinary profession's …

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