Spain will join the European Convention for the protection of pets 30 years later

The European Convention for the Protection of Pet Animals is a treaty of the Council of Europe to promote the welfare of pet animals and ensure minimum standards for their treatment and protection. The treaty was signed in 1987 and became effective on 1 May 1992. Spain will now ratified the convention, 30 years after it was signed. To proceed, the Government has requested not to include the ban on the amputation of animals' tails for non-curative purposes. (spanish)


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