How pets bring support and joy to the lives of children was celebrated at the National Office of Animal Health (NOAH)’s Pet Event on 20 November, at the House of Commons. But guests were also reminded that not all pets were looked after properly, and the importance of satisfying their 5 welfare needs. Hosted by Neil Parish MP
Commenting on the Behaviour Tsar Charlie Taylor’s proposals to take unpaid truancy fines directly from child benefit payments, Christine Blower, General Secretary of the National Union of Teachers, the largest teachers’ union said:
The National Office of Animal Health (NOAH) today praised the work done by the Veterinary Residues Committee (VRC). Set up nine years ago to oversee the UK's surveillance for residues of veterinary medicines, the VRC has now been reconstituted as an expert committee.
The National Office of Animal Health has welcomed the publication of the House of Lords European Union Committee’s Report on Innovation in EU Agriculture.
NOAH: Animal medicines to play vital role in world food security
NOAH - Feed The World Event - Tuesday 15th February 2011 - politics.co.uk
NOAH welcomes DEFRA's decision to retain the promotion of antimicrobials to farmers
NOAH: Feeding The World - Conference date announced
NOAH: Four-legged heroes honoured
NOAH: Promotion of antimicrobials to farmers
NOAH: Animal medicines - NOAH spells out priorities to candidates
NOAH: 2009 top sales rep students announced
NOAH supports European Antibiotic Awareness Day with its responsible use campaign
NOAH: May 2009 Manifesto: Animal health and medicines in Europe
Animal health in Europe: NOAH spells out priorities to MEPs
NOAH launches viral marketing campaign
NOAH: Consumer attitudes to animal vaccination examined at NOAH conference
NOAH: Research reveals rise in consumer awareness of animal medicines
NOAH hosts third Food Chain Conference
NOAH: 2007 animal antimicrobial figures are the lowest yet
NOAH: How much do we really love our pets?
NOAH: Top ten pet surgery shockers
NOAH: Top AMTRA students rewarded
NOAH's chairman for 2008