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This report is the results from the PEI Animal Welfare Survey that was developed by the PEI Department of Agriculture and Land in in 2021 to understand public knowledge, attitudes and practices towards animal welfare and identify gaps in the animal welfare laws and policies on PEI.
This document was developed by a working group consisting of Canadian public health and animal health experts, with representation from federal and provincial/territorial governments, the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association, and academia. It takes into consideration past and current research on...
The purpose of this plan is to outline initial responses of the PEI Department of Agriculture and Land (DAL) in the event of Small Hive Beetle detection on PEI and the orders that may be issued to producers or renters as a result.
This document outlines a Cattle Disease Emergency Response Plan that could be enacted immediately following suspicion of a disease. A cattle working group comprised of industry and government representatives has used PEI (swine and poultry) and Nova Scotia response plans as a model, modifying,...
This document outlines a Small Ruminant and Camelid Disease Emergency Response Plan that could be enacted immediately following suspicion of a disease. A working group comprised of industry and government representatives has used PEI (cattle, swine, and poultry) and Nova Scotia response plans as a...
Antimicrobials Requiring a Veterinary Prescription as of December 1, 2018
This document outlines a poultry disease emergency response plan that could be enacted immediately following identification of a suspected Foreign Animal Disease (FAD). If you suspect a poultry FAD please contact the Provincial Veterinarian (902) 368-5660 and the CFIA (902) 566-7290 (1-506-381-7683...
All mammals are thought to be susceptible to rabies, a fatal zoonoses caused by a Lyssavirus. While rabies occurrence is a rare event in PEI, the objective of the PEI Domestic Animal Rabies Exposure Guideline is to provide guidance in the event of a possible animal rabies exposure to domestic...