Advisory Board

 

APGAW is supported by key bodies and individuals who are particularly relevant to animal welfare and well placed to bring about strategic change such as registration, industry/trade, membership, academic and enforcement bodies. These bodies sit on a advisory panel in which they advise on the strategy and they then take part in the work-streams coming from the strategy.

 

The Advisory Board includes:

 

RSPCA, PFMA, British Veterinary Association, Animal Health & Welfare Board England, World Horse Welfare, Animal Welfare Foundation, Kennel Club, Pet Industry Federation, National Farmers Union

 

Independent Advisors:

 

Professor Tim Morris (Animal Health & Welfare Board England)
Claire Horton (Animal Health & Welfare Board England)
Chris Laurence (Animal Welfare Foundation)

 

 

 

 

 

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