Animal Welfare in Veterinary Practice by James Yeates

By James Yeates

A sensible consultant to assist veterinarians increase the welfare in their sufferers of their daily paintings. A concise and obtainable creation to welfare that's either attention-grabbing and priceless in practice.

The booklet describes how one can overview sufferers, enhance in-practice caliber of lifestyles checks, get to the bottom of tricky scientific dilemmas, and switch strong judgements into genuine welfare results. It reports to be had medical details, criminal concerns and moral dilemmas, and relates those to daily case reviews all through. It presents methods for all veterinary execs to increase their animal welfare realizing, with out assuming past wisdom, whereas advancing the knowledge and talents of skilled practitioners.

Key features:

  • Presents useful and life like tools for operating with proprietors to enhance sufferers' welfare in the constraints of daily practice.
  • Provides priceless recommendation for paintings inside of many criminal jurisdictions.
  • Includes summaries of study, very important references, and additional interpreting sources.
  • Key issues are recapped on the finish of every chapter.

Suitable for all these operating within the veterinary and comparable professions, together with veterinarians, veterinary nurses, animal welfare scientists, animal behaviourists, paraprofessionals and lay staff.

Published as part of the celebrated Wiley-Blackwell – UFAW Animal Welfare sequence. UFAW, based 1926, is an across the world regarded, self reliant, clinical and academic animal welfare charity. For complete information of all titles on hand within the UFAW sequence, please stopover at www.wiley.com/go/ufaw.

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However, this does not mean that the veterinary professional does not have a responsibility as well. A veterinary professional has a responsibility to the animal, even if this involves working on as well as working with the owner. Unfortunately, each veterinary professional’s animal welfare account is partly based on the animal welfare accounts of their clients. 2 Owners and the Law How much veterinary professionals can achieve, and therefore for how much we can be responsible, depends on the circumstances.

Science cannot prove or disprove animals’ feelings. We can ­egomorphically compare animal’s and our own context, biology and responses. We must consider relevant me–other differences, by considering deeper similarities. Pathologies are important causes of unpleasant feelings. Death avoids good and bad ­feelings. Veterinary professionals have a duty to consider other causes of feelings. ­Veterinary professionals can cause iatrogenic harms or perpetuate welfare problems for non-­patient animals. Selected further reading Further information on the history of the veterinary profession is provided by Dunlop and Williams (1996), Hatschbach (2006) and Swabe (1999), and the ­specific implications of the increased small animal work are discussed by Brown and Silverman (1999).

This common-sense approach is especially fortunate given that people cannot observe each others’ emotions, but few scientists argued that other people should ignore scientists’ welfare. So how can we read other minds? Effectively, we must infer animals’ feelings by comparing oneself (“I”) and other animals (“them”). As an individual, I look at my feelings in certain situations and then compare other animals to myself. Where there are similarities, I infer that those animals have similar feelings.

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