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Dr. Jordyn Hewer

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Dr. Jordyn Hewer
Dr. Jordyn Hewer completed his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Montreal in 2011.
Dr. Hewer is currently a Scientific Communications Specialist for Royal Canin Canada and is responsible for developing subject matter expertise in animal welfare, shelter medicine, and animal behaviour. Prior to his transition into industry, he worked as a companion animal veterinarian in both private practice and shelter medicine in Montreal, Quebec.
 
Dr. Hewer is a published author in the field of animal welfare. The Theory of Mammalian Life is his first published work, and it represents the introduction of his philosophical thoughts and scientific exploration on the topic of animal ethics and animal welfare. He was a scientific advisor during Quebec’s recent successful animal welfare movement “Banning declawing of cats.” Dr Hewer was lead veterinarian on the show “Refuge Animal,” an enormously popular family show in Quebec, Canada. He serves as the Quebec representative member of council for the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association, where he currently sits on the animal welfare committee. His long-term goal is to sensitize the public about important concepts of these disciplines and to further the discussion about the role of humans in promoting the well-being of other creatures through the promotion of proper veterinary care.