Brexit…what's being done?

Laura Stokes
October 2018

Over 2 years after the UK held the Brexit referendum, there is still much confusion over how the change will impact both the veterinary industry and pet travel. Potential changes to many areas of veterinary medicine — including disease surveillance, education, research and factors affecting workforce — all need to be considered, along with the opportunity for amendments and improvements to the Pet Travel Scheme (PETS) to combat UK biosecurity.

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