- Animal Welfare
- One Health
- Pharmaceutical Stewardship
- Veterinary Profession and Education
14 Apr 2022
Recent events have shown that pandemics, disasters, notifiable disease outbreaks, and other emergencies, which are capable of disrupting supply chains, may require animal depopulation. Planning for situations that necessitate depopulation of animals should be part of disaster preparedness at local, regional, national, and international levels.
14 Apr 2022
Horses are often used in the production of biologics and therapeutics to treat or prevent various conditions in humans and other animals. The welfare of all animals under human care should have the highest priority. For that reason, the WVA calls for updated and transparent management of the overall field, in which ethical and welfare […]
12 Sep 2019
Promote development and enforcement of appropriate national welfare standards and regulations for farmed fish as well as veterinary training in aquatic medicine.
15 Nov 2018
The growth of aquaculture in the global food chain as well as increasing concerns of environmental contamination by medicines used in aquaculture, makes it imperative that the highest possible quality of animal health services should be provided.
26 Feb 2018
Donkeys are poorly suited to intensive breeding practices due to long gestation periods, low fecundity, low success rates of artificial insemination and high propensity to abortion and mortality caused by stress
4 Apr 2017
Promote development and enforcement of appropriate national animal welfare standards and regulations for transportation of food animals.
14 Mar 2016
The World Veterinary Association recognizes that inappropriately aggressive or vicious dogs pose a significant threat to humans and other animals.