AnimalhealthEurope welcomes alignment and finalisation of EU rules to support animal health

Written by Animalhealth Europe on 20 June 2018 in Press Release
Press Release

AnimalhealthEurope applauds efforts to finalise new rules that will bring real benefits to both pets on long-term medication and their owners, as well as a more optimal, efficient and responsible administration of medicines via animal feed, supporting efforts to curb antibiotic resistance.

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“We congratulate the Bulgarian Presidency and Parliament in reaching an agreement on the rules for placing on the market medicated feed in Europe and achieving alignment with the new EU Regulation on animal medicines. The finalisation of these two important pieces of legislation puts the industry in Europe in a much better position to ensure a ready availability of all kinds of animal health products throughout Europe to optimise health management, while contributing to the sustainability of food production. And for the companion animals that share 80 million homes in Europe, this will help owners to keep them healthy, while also offering new ways to treat chronic diseases,” commented Roxane Feller, AnimalhealthEurope Secretary General.

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For further information please contact: Clare Carlisle, Public Relations Manager, c.carlisle@animalhealtheurope.eu - +32 474 388711

 

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  • AnimalhealthEurope is the representative body of manufacturers of veterinary medicines, vaccines and other animal health products in Europe. It represents innovators and generics alike, as well as large, medium-sized and small companies. AnimalhealthEurope promotes a single market in veterinary medicines across the EU ensuring the availability of medicines to protect the health and welfare of animals.

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