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JMICAWE Spring 2015 Newsletter Now Available!

We are excited to announce that The Jeanne Marchig International Centre for Animal Welfare Education's Spring 2015 Newsletter is available NOW! It provides a summary of some of the highlights of our activities since Autumn last year and can be ...

Published: 31 Mar 2015more

Vet Students Choosing Welfare

A group of final year veterinary students at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies spent three weeks of March partaking in the CEVA Animal Behaviour and Welfare elective run by the JMICAWE team. In their final year of study, the students ...

Published: 25 Mar 2015more

JMICAWE Help to Promote Scientific Approach to Dog Population Management

Last week’s conference on Dog Population management was a great success for the team at the JMICAWE. As well as successful presentations by Heather Bacon of the JMICAWE and Lindsey Hartley-Backhouse, MSc student on the International Animal ...

Published: 10 Mar 2015more

Street Dog – Edinburgh contributes to Animal Welfare and Dog Population Management

You may remember from a previous blog(http://jmicaweactivities.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/jmicawe-improving-dog-welfare-through.html) that Hayley Walters and Heather Bacon from JMICAWE have recently been involved in a Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) ...

Published: 04 Mar 2015more

The Truth about Cats and Dogs – ‘Street Dog’ and our MOOC! Last week, week three of our Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Animal Behaviour and Welfare discussed some of the welfare challenges that our companion animals face, and ...

Published: 02 Mar 2015more


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