Dog Legislation In Barbados

Effective January 1, 2015, is the new legislation for the importation of dogs (and cats) into Barbados. This legislation I am sure will be much appreciated by persons looking to import/travel with dogs to this island. Some of the local news headlines  are saying that we can now import dogs from all over the world! […]

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This was seen in yesterday’s issue of Barbados Free Press and I am one of many individuals who think that Barbados should have better animal rights legislation so I am glad to see a major blog like Barbados Free Press taking it up! I hope there would be an investigation to reveal the accuracy of […]

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Margaret on January 17th, 2013

As seen in today’s issue of The Nation newspaper: Surgeries performed on animals for purely cosmetic reasons will soon be deemed as unethical by vets in Barbados. A release from the Barbados Veterinary Association (BVA) has stated that vets will no longer be performing these surgeries as from February 1, 2013. Vice President, Dr. Michelle […]

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Margaret on December 13th, 2012

This post did carry for over six months the widget which was a petition in support  for animal rights in Barbados. It is hard to imagine that animals would be forced to endure the suffering of some of the dogs shown. Dogs tied to trees for a whole day, hardly fed and with little fresh […]

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