ILPHInternational League for the Protection of Horses
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Rapid HIV testing was instituted on an opt-in basis beginning in February 2008 in the Emergency Department of ILPH. The Louisiana Office of Public Health provided the funding for the rapid HIV screening tests, and the tests were performed in the blood bank of ILPH.
When the legislation comes up for review in 2011, ILPH wants to have enough hard evidence to force real change.
"Each year the club aims to run one event to raise money for a nominated charity and this year it was the turn of the ILPH. In April a dressage competition was held at Todburn hosted by Ian and Elaine Carmichael and that money raised was presented to the ILPH."
The pod cast can be downloaded from the ILPH's website at and put onto users media players.
Phil Spiby from the ILPH said: "We would urge the Chinese authorities to do all that they can to find a worthwhile alternative use for these horses.
The decision was taken that it was now time that Fergus enjoyed a quiet few years out to pasture and he was handed over to the International League for the Protection of Horses (ILPH)to be rehomed.
Organisations such as the ILPH and the RSPCA have urged me to make sure that in the interests of horse welfare we maintain the trade in horsemeat since that is what pays for the humane slaughter at a horse abattoir when a horse ends its useful life.
If you would like to support the ILPH Campaign, please call 0870 366 6910 and leave your name and address on the recorded message.
She said: "I have always loved horses since I first rode one when I was 11, and I am really keen to help raise funds for ILPH."
Ranchers argue that the Veterinary experts from the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP), the American Veterinarian Medical Association (AVMA), the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) and the International League for the Protection of Horses (ILPH), as well as the US and Canadian Departments of Agriculture, have found horses bred for this purpose well taken care of, and that ranches routinely undergo inspections by these agencies.
A retrospective chart review of all patients who grew Vibrio vulnificus from a blood or tissue culture from August 2005 to October 2011 at two university teaching hospitals, Tulane University Medical Center and the Interim Louisiana Public Hospital (ILPH), was performed.
The three are Redwings Horse Sanctuary, in Hapton, Norwich; The International League for the Protection of Horses (ILPH) in Norfolk; and The Horse Trust, in Speen, Bucks.