On 19 November 2022, a UK company selling paints and other products that are toxic to humans and animals posted on its website
Q: Alexis Georgoulis (SYRIZA, GR), Francisco Guerreiro (The Greens/EFA, PT), Karen Melchior (Renew, DK), Monica Semedo (Renew, LU), Loucas Fourlas (PPE, CY) - Pets in the EU institutions’ buildings (2022-11-28)
Many international companies allow their employees to bring their pets to work...
Regulation (EC) No 1/2005 on the protection of animals during transport and related operations causes problems
Marco Campomenosi (ID, IT), Antonio Maria Rinaldi (ID, IT), Anna Bonfrisco (ID, IT) - Travelling with assistance dogs after Brexit: the forgotten discrimination (2022-09-15)
From 1 January 2021, England, Scotland and Wales became a Part 2 listed country for pet travel to Europe...
Q: Anna Bonfrisco (ID, IT) - Ban on the sale of cats and dogs to countries which allow their slaughter and consumption (2022-06-22)
Every year in Yulin, tens of thousands of dogs are treated cruelly as they are killed, inter alia, for their meat.
Q: Aurélia Beigneux (ID, FR) - Dog training collars: torture devices freely available for sale (2022-05-31)
Electronic training collars have been banned in a number of Member States, particularly in northern Europe, but continue to be sold and used