Puppy Trade in Europe: the presentations of the EU Parliament event and the VIER PFOTEN report

On 26 November 2013, FOUR PAWS International in support of the European Policy Office of FOUR PAWS hold a lunch debate in the European Parliament on Puppy Trade in Europe. The occasion was the launch of FOUR PAWS' research on the impact of illegal businesses on the market, on consumers, on the one-health concept and on animal welfare.

Keynote speakers were the Members of the European Parliament, Marit Paulsen and Elisabeth Jeggle (Rapporteur and shadow-rapporteur of the draft Animal Health Law). More than 40 participants joined the debate. 

 

Here are all the relevant documents:

Agenda 

Summary 

The VIER PFOTEN Report on Puppy Trade in Europe

 

Presentations:

 

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