A City University spokesman says the Veterinary Surgeons Board of Hong Kong’s report focused mainly on pet care and veterinary clinic services, but left out food safety, public health, animal pharmaceutics and diagnostic testing. Photo: Edward Wong A City University spokesman says the Veterinary Surgeons Board of Hong Kong’s report focused mainly on pet care and veterinary clinic services, but left out food safety, public health, animal pharmaceutics and diagnostic testing. Photo: Edward Wong
A City University spokesman says the Veterinary Surgeons Board of Hong Kong’s report focused mainly on pet care and veterinary clinic services, but left out food safety, public health, animal pharmaceutics and diagnostic testing. Photo: Edward Wong

‘Veterinary field not just about pet care’: Hong Kong university says government study fails to look at food safety, public health

The university, set to commence related course in the next academic year, says report only looked at numbers of pets and vets

A City University spokesman says the Veterinary Surgeons Board of Hong Kong’s report focused mainly on pet care and veterinary clinic services, but left out food safety, public health, animal pharmaceutics and diagnostic testing. Photo: Edward Wong A City University spokesman says the Veterinary Surgeons Board of Hong Kong’s report focused mainly on pet care and veterinary clinic services, but left out food safety, public health, animal pharmaceutics and diagnostic testing. Photo: Edward Wong
A City University spokesman says the Veterinary Surgeons Board of Hong Kong’s report focused mainly on pet care and veterinary clinic services, but left out food safety, public health, animal pharmaceutics and diagnostic testing. Photo: Edward Wong
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