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British Veterinary Association responds to news Government is not progressing the Kept Animals Bill

British Veterinary Association

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The British Veterinary Association has responded to the news that the Animal Welfare (Kept Animals) Bill will not be progressing through Parliament.

British Veterinary Association President Malcolm Morley said: “News that the Kept Animals Bill will not progress through parliament is extremely disappointing. This crucial legislation, and the package of measures it contained, would have prevented the immeasurable suffering of thousands of animals, by tackling puppy smuggling, the importation of dogs with cropped ears, live animal exports and the keeping of primates as pets.

“However, the Government has today committed to taking forward some of these individual measures. These are important animal welfare issues which both the veterinary profession and the public want to see resolved, and we will continue to lobby Government to ensure they are enacted in law.”


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