Companion Animal Welfare Council
CAWC held a workshop at the House of Lords on 29th April to review and look in more detail at the sorts of measures that are being undertaken to tackle genetic diseases that can compromise the welfare of companion animals.
The focus of the workshop was the condition of syringomyelia in the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.
Among those attending the workshop were veterinarians, geneticists, representatives of the national and regional breed clubs, the Kennel Club, breeders and owners.
Below are the documents that relate to this workshop.
Press Release - Companion Animal Welfare Council Workshop Tuesday 29th April 2008, House of Lords
Report of the Companion Animal Welfare Council Workshop Tuesday 29th April 2008, House of Lords
CKCS Open Letter to Companion Animal Welfare Council on their Workshop Tuesday 29th April 2008, House of Lords
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