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Equine Industry Welfare Guidelines Compendium for Horses, Ponies and Donkeys (Third Edition)

Equine Industry Welfare Guidelines Compendium for Horses, Ponies and Donkeys (Third Edition)

Equine Industry Welfare Guidelines Compendium for Horses, Ponies and Donkeys (Third Edition)

Mr Nicolas De Brauwere
Mr Nicolas De Brauwere

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Launch date: 20 Jul 2015

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Last updated: 07 Feb 2017

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The Compendium is now a well-respected authority on equine welfare standards in the UK. It has been widely received throughout the horse industry and has been used as a reference document for many local authorities, police forces and welfare organisations involved in horse welfare investigations.

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Understand equine welfare standards in the UK
Understand equine welfare standards in the UK
Mr Nicolas De Brauwere

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Mr Nicolas De Brauwere

Nicolas graduated as a veterinary surgeon in 1991 from Onderstepoort in South Africa and has worked at Redwings Horse Sanctuary since then providing clinical services, herd health management, welfare department support and staff training. In 2002 he was appointed Senior Welfare Veterinary Surgeon and has dealt with many individual cases, large scale rescues in Devon, Gelligaer and Lincolnshire, worked with NEWC members – SWHP, EHPPS & World Horse Welfare (the new name for ILPH) and testified in Magistrate and Crown courts for RSPCA prosecution cases. In 2004 he was co-opted onto the NEWC Executive Committee. His interests include the theoretical and practical aspects of working with un-handled, semi-feral equines, finding solutions for equines suffering in private ownership and improving awareness of welfare issues affecting the older and/or un-handled equines by educating owners and colleagues in appropriate solutions to problems. Nic believes that he can assist NEWC to provide meaningful co-operation with other equine charities to tackle issue-driven problems and to improve understanding and communication between vets and welfare workers.

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