BSc (Vet Biol), BVMS, CertAW, MANZCVS, DipWCAWBM (AWSEL), DACAW, PhD, MRCVS, SFHEA.
Andrew Knight is a ridiculously busy bloke. He is Professor of Animal Welfare and Ethics, and Director of the Centre for Animal Welfare, at the University of Winchester; a European and RCVS Veterinary Specialist in Animal Welfare Science, Ethics and Law; an American Veterinary Specialist in Animal Welfare; and a Senior Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy.
Excluding abstracts and letters Andrew has over 65 academic publications and a series of youtube videos on animal issues. These include an extensive series examining the contributions to human healthcare of animal experiments, which formed the basis for his 2010 PhD and his 2011 book The Costs and Benefits of Animal Experiments. Andrew’s other publications have examined the contributions of the livestock sector to climate change, vegetarian companion animal diets, the animal welfare standards of veterinarians, and the latest evidence about animal cognitive and related abilities, and the resultant moral implications. His informational websites include www.AnimalExperiments.info, www.HumaneLearning.info and www.VegePets.info.
"Our 2016 article in Animals comprehensively reviewed the evidence published to date from four studies that have examined the nutritional adequacy of vegetarian diets for cats and dogs. Both cats and dogs may thrive on vegetarian and vegan diets, but these must be nutritionally complete and reasonably balanced."