U.S. bans cabg procedure for cats

Posted by USA Today News Service on Friday, February 03, 2019 12:57:33 The U.K. has banned the procedure, citing the risk of infection.

“The U.KS. government will be following the lead of other European countries in banning the cabg and has already imposed a ban on the practice,” said Dr. Nick O’Dwyer, the director of veterinary medicine at the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.

“The U in UK is the only country in Europe that has banned this practice and we believe that we should have done so.”

The U, which is a member of the European Union, is the world’s second-largest pet-care market after the U.Y.S., and the UK. is the top producer of cat and rabbit food in the U., according to the UCL.

The British government is also considering banning the procedure in England.

The Uchitel-Wahle Veterinary Association, a trade group, said in a statement it would oppose a ban.

It is unclear how widespread the ban would be.

Some veterinarians are concerned that cats and rabbits might be exposed to the virus, said Dr, Mark Stoll, a veterinarian at the National Veterinary Medical Association in Edinburgh.

If the procedure is banned, the U in Britain could see more animals in shelters, said Stoll.

“It is going to be difficult for the cats and the rabbits, as they will have to go to other shelters,” he said.

The procedure, which involves placing a catheter in the cat’s nose, is widely used in England, Scotland and Wales.

It is believed to be linked to an outbreak of the coronavirus that began in 2014.

More than half of the people in the UK are now infected with the virus.

Animal-rights groups have criticized the Uchidels-Wahsle Veterinary association, saying it is trying to push the procedure as a way to protect animals.

Uchidel- Wahle said the UChidels association does not oppose the procedure and said it is an important part of its animal-care programme.

“But we do oppose the practice of putting an animal in a cage, which we know is unsafe,” Uchridel- Wahsle said.

“We know that the procedure can lead to infections in the animal.

This is not the case for other animals.”