DECLAWING BANNED IN NOVA SCOTIA!!
NOVA SCOTIA IS #1 reports Dr. Hugh Chisholm, Paw Project-Atlantic Canada Director.
“The Nova Scotia Veterinary Medical Association provides the following information.
At its December 12, 2017 meeting, The Council of the Nova Scotia Veterinary Medical Association agreed to the following change in its Code of Ethics – Section 46. A three-month education period will take effect immediately and this change in the Code of Ethics will come into effect on March 15, 2018.
No Member of the Nova Scotia Veterinary Medical Association shall perform the elective and non-therapeutic Partial Digital Amputation (PDA), commonly known as declawing of domestic cats.
The NSVMA views elective and non-therapeutic PDA as ethically unacceptable.”
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