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For the last 2 years WFA is proud to be a regular contributor to multiple platforms in China, where our articles have addressed; animal welfare, enrichment, behavioural and low stress veterinary visits. 

We are very proud to be a regular contributor to PawsomNutri's platform. We work closely with the PawsomeNutri team and our articles for PawsomeNutri generally receive over 2,000 views. To find out more about Pawsome, click here.

We've also contributed to other platforms across China such as Second Chance Animal AidChengdu-Expat and Hei Mei Pet Hospital.


Garfield Gets a Shot

April 22, 2019

Low stress and Fear Free practices for cats. Next time you take your cat to the veterinarian, be proactive in your role to reduce stress for you and your cat. It’ll make a huge difference for the welfare of your feline friend.

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Shanghai's First Pet Guide (on/offline)

March 11, 2019

This pet guide had to include a comprehensive directory with quality listings in various districts of Shanghai. We were also aiming to provide essential knowledge on how to keep your pets well, safe and healthy in such a huge city.

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Dog Breed Ban Begins in Chengdu

November 16, 2018

Starting from 16th November 2018, 22 'dangerous' dog breeds are to be banned in 5 Chengdu districts. Official reports say the 'containment and disposal of the banned dogs within the restricted areas, [will occur] in order to create a civilized and hygienic environment'.

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Help Cat & Dog Are Fat! 

November 13, 2018

Many people think that their cat or dog being overweight is not a problem, that it is funny and cute. This is the farthest thing from the truth. Obesity can lead to very serious health problems for your pets.

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Fear Free And Low Stress Handling Of Pets

August 14, 2018

When a dog or cat (companion animals) is traumatized in fear due to a highly negative experience at the veterinarian this will only make the pet worse behaviorally and the next veterinarian visit one of extreme fear due to negative associations.

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Dog Behaviour Quiz

January 2018

& August 10 2019 (repost)

Not all tail wags mean a dog is happy. The frequency, intensity and level of every tail wag means something different, so look at your dog’s complete body language and the environmental context to understand what your dog is saying.

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