Miscellaneous - British Veterinary Association miscellaneous. The Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship www.wcmt.org.uk for exposure to companion animals, food-producing species and wildlife. http://www.bva.co.uk/profession/overseas/worldwide/misc.asp
Extractions: Membership Number: Surname: Members Membership Benefits Profession BVA in Europe ... BVA Congress The Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship www.wcmt.org.uk The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust offers Fellowships to men and women from all walks of life and from every corner of the UK to acquire knowledge and experience abroad. In the process, they gain a better understanding of the lives and cultures of people overseas and, on their return, their expertise is enhanced greatly as is their effectiveness at work, and their contribution to the community. Applications are invited - from a wide spectrum of interests in science and technology - for the 2005 Categories. You can either: Send an SAE for an application form and further information to: The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Trinidad and Tobago The School of Veterinary Medicine (SVM) of the University of the West Indies (UWI), Trinidad and Tobago, offers opportunities for studies in veterinary medicine leading to the award of the DVM degree. This five-year course is held in an attractive part of the world with a tropical climate where there is a mix of people from numerous countries, various ethnic backgrounds and different religions. The SVM is part of the Faculty of Medical Sciences and, as such, promotes the one medicine concept with close interaction between veterinarians and members of the medical and dental professions. In addition, its veterinary undergraduate course provides opportunities for exposure to companion animals, food-producing species and wildlife.
Pets And Animals companion animals are not allowed overnight in any Collegeowned building and miscellaneous Policies. Allowable Expenditure Policy Athletics Facilities http://www.middlebury.edu/about/handbook/general/misc/animals.htm
Extractions: Search Directory Calendars Admissions ... Miscellaneous Policies Companion animals are not allowed overnight in any College-owned building and may not live in residence halls. Companion animals are not allowed in offices, classrooms, or other non-residential spaces during working hours. Exceptions to this policy are sanctioned support animals for people with disabilities, such as âseeing eyeâ dogs, companion animals living in College units rented to faculty and staff, and small animals (e.g., fish and hamsters) kept in appropriate aquariums or small cages at all times. Snakes and ferrets, even if caged, are not allowed in residence halls at any time. Dogs visiting campus grounds shall be on a leash or under verbal control at all times. Dogs may not be left unattended or tied to any objects (e.g., structures, trees, or vehicles). All damages caused by an animal are the responsibility of the owner or guardian of the animal at the time of the damage; repairs will be billed accordingly.
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Cambridge & District RSPCA Branch as pups, were placed with families for puppy walking can and should beretrained as companion animals. 23874 miscellaneous animals were rehomed. http://www.huntinginquiry.gov.uk/evidence2/cambsrspca.htm
Extractions: Back to the List of Submissions Back to the Written Evidence Menu Subject: National working terriers Association submission Date: Wednesday, May 10, 2000 In their submission the working terriors association state "5. IMPLEMENTING A BAN. A ban on hunting with dogs would suddenly mean that hundreds of thousands of hounds, terriers and lurchers would become redundant. The RSPCA in their submission state that "Hounds that are not converted to drag hunting which, as pups, were placed with families for 'puppy walking' can and should be retrained as companion animals. The Society is willing to help rehome them and, if necessary, terriers and lurchers ......" It was reported that, in a single year the RSPCA took in 97,184 cats and dogs, of which they destroyed over a third (33,409). They also destroyed over 46,000 other animals (Midlands Report BBC2, RSPCA - Animals in Need). In the same report, much criticism was levelled at the RSPCA for their alleged apparent willingness to destroy animals, rather than to retain or rehome them. We therefore have little faith in such claims." I should like to point out that this is based on a wilful misunderstanding of the work of the RSPCA. A very large proportion of the welfare work of the RSPCA is not concerned with rehoming animals, but with providing low-cost veterinary treatment for animals owned by people who cannot afford private vets. They also provide a collection and treatment service for animals found injured (mainly cats injured in traffic accidents). The vast majority of animals put down by the RSPCA were not healthy unwanted pets but sick or injured animals where euthanasia was the only humane course of action.
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Extractions: Year Published: 1991 Purpose To familiarize students with restraint, handling and normal behaviour of a variety of species of companion animals and to introduce the student to the techniques and methods of general inspection and clinical examination of animals. The course is designed to teach a systematic approach to the examination of domestic animals with emphasis on normal findings. The student will build upon this base in future courses relating to clinical veterinary medicine. Evaluation Methods Overview 15 % Other (Written) Exam
Companion Animals Josepha DeLay DVM DVSc, Animal Health LaboratoryGuelph;. Gay Chamberlain DVM,Beardall Animal Protozoal and miscellaneous infections toxoplasmosis. http://www.uoguelph.ca/ahl/News4-3/companion.htm
Extractions: AHL Newsletter - Volume 4, Issue 3 COMPANION ANIMALS Systemic toxoplasmosis in a mature cat Josepha DeLay DVM DVSc, Animal Health Laboratory-Guelph; Gay Chamberlain DVM, Beardall Animal Hospital, Kingston, Ontario A 3-year-old neutered male, free-roaming domestic long-haired cat was presented because of lethargy and anorexia of ten days' duration, the onset of which was noted shortly after routine vaccination against feline panleukopenia, rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, and rabies. Physical examination at the time of vaccination had not revealed any abnormalities. The cat was pyrexic (40.7 C) at presentation following vaccination, and was treated with oral amoxicillin/clavulinic acid (15.5 mg/kg q12h) for fever of unknown origin. No improvement was noted on examination three days later. The cat remained pyrexic (41 C), and a complete blood count identified moderate thrombocytopenia (124 x 10 /L; reference range 175-500 x 10 /L). ELISAs for antibodies to feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) and feline leukemia virus (FeLV) antigens were negative. Antibiotic therapy was changed to cephalexin (25 mg/kg po q12h), and dexamethasone was administered (1 mg/kg IV) for treatment of thrombocytopenia of suspected immune-mediated etiology. Despite a transient response to therapy, the cat's condition deteriorated over the following six days. At the time of re-examination, the cat was severely jaundiced and remained pyrexic (40.8
Ask Carla - Miscellaneous Caring Consumer companion animals Vegan/Vegetarian miscellaneous At least the animals on factory farms are fed and protected. http://www.askcarla.com/Q&A-Miscellaneous.asp?CategoryID=2&Category=Misc
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PEMA Miscellaneous Notes miscellaneous Notes Abstract miscellaneous NOTES FORQUICK VIEW OF WHO DOES WHATNOTE rescue and sheltering of companion animals, horses, and livestock. http://www.pema.state.pa.us/pema/CWP/view.asp?A=200&Q=237996
Extractions: In its announcement NOAH called the plan another good step on the way to implementing the strategy for animal health and welfare, particularly in relation to farm animals. But it is important, while companion animal welfare is encompassed by the draft Animal Welfare Bill, that the health needs of companion animals are not sidelined.