Haith's PRO Blog
Flexible, standardised post-mortem examinations important in preventing future flamingo die-offs
The Fourth Annual Conference of the IVFSA (International Veterinary Forensic Science Association) was held in Orlando, Florida, USA, from Wednesday 21st to Friday 23rd May. Speakers from several countries - all of them professionals involved in forensic science, human or veterinary medicine and animal protection - presented papers and discussed casework, research, the welfare and conservation of captive and free-living animals and links between human and animal health and wellbeing.
The quality of bird diets is important throughout the world, regardless of the avian species involved.
The first Southern UK vet school zoological society symposium 2014. Read here for more information.
The first Haith's PRO Scholarship for Studies in Nutrition, instigated by John E Haith Ltd, the well-known bird food company, has been awarded to a student at a zoo in England.
Cambridge University has a flourishing veterinary zoological society (known to all as the CUVZS), the aims of which are to provide education and training for students in the health and diseases of wildlife, zoo animals and so-called "exotic pets". For some years the CUVZS has organised an annual weekend symposium.