Animal health & welfare
Highland cattle scam site warning
Falkirk Trading Standards took down a bogus website offering Highland cattle for sale
Paying the price for poor legislation
Why current animal welfare legislation is an obstacle to effective enforcement
Unlicensed dog breeders sentenced
A husband and wife have been sentenced for animal welfare and unfair trading offences
Caerphilly TS brings welfare case
A Caerphilly man has been fined after pleading guilty to animal welfare offences
Farmers broke bovine TB rules
Three farmers have been prosecuted for ignoring disease control rules
BVA calls for breeding regulation
The British Veterinary Association is urging for legal loopholes to be closed
Farmers guilty of cruelty offences
A husband and wife received suspended sentences following a Staffordshire TS investigation
Farmers banned for cruelty offences
Two Staffordshire farmers have been given lifetime bans from keeping animals
Business sold unsafe raw pet food
A manufacturer of unsafe pet food has been prosecuted by Neath Port Talbot TS
Unlicensed dog breeders prosecuted
A Welsh mother and daughters have been prosecuted for unlicensed dog breeding
Farmer banned from keeping animals
A Warwickshire farmer who committed animal welfare offences has been sentenced
Govt scraps Animal Welfare Bill
CTSI is 'deeply disappointed' at the Government’s decision to scrap the Kept Animals Bill
Shepherd guilty of welfare offences
Dead sheep were left to rot by a shepherd who also failed to keep accurate livestock records
Essex TS prosecutes smallholder
An Essex man has been found guilty of causing unnecessary suffering to pigs in his care
CTSI sounds alarm on Avian Flu
CTSI experts are concerned about the scale of the current Avian Influenza outbreak
Farm guilty of welfare offences
A West Dorset farm which caused suffering to cattle has been fined more than £50,000