The world at our fingertips

Jennifer Hamlin
October 2018

It certainly has been a busy month. I'm thrilled to see some substantial moves towards improved animal welfare including the RSPCA launching GenerationKind which is pushing for animal welfare to be taught in all schools. Another great success is the recent release of the EFRA Committee's report on controlling dangerous dogs. It calls for the current dog control legislation to be fully reviewed and makes suggestions for a strong emphasis on education and the best interests of the dog. The media attention to these stories has propelled these issues into the limelight giving us an amazing opportunity to speak out about why animal welfare is so vital for our animal companions, and our communities.

The world at our fingertips
The world at our fingertips

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