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Study identifies misconceptions behind designer dog boom Study identifies misconceptions behind designer dog boom
Researchers fear the spike could pose an overall welfare risk. Read More

AI developed to detect leptospirosis

AI developed to detect leptospirosis

Scientists at UC Davis created the model for...

AI developed to detect leptospirosis

Dogs may protect children against Crohn's disease - study
Survey analysis reveals link between dogs in the household and healthy gut permeability. Read More

Cats Protection announces 2022 behaviour conference

Cats Protection announces 2022 behaviour conference
The annual conference will count as seven hours of CPD. Read More


Scent dogs can detect coronavirus on human skin swabs - study

Scent dogs can detect coronavirus on human skin swabs - study
The dogs correctly identified the samples 92 per cent of the time. Read More

Views sought on feline hypertension

Views sought on feline hypertension
Survey will inform how best to support practices.Read More


Blue Cross helps one-eyed kitten

Blue Cross helps one-eyed kitten

Little Candy Cane has found her forever home.


Battersea Old Windsor launches appeal for blankets

Battersea Old Windsor launches appeal for blankets

The charity is seeking blankets for the dogs after a shortage of donations.

Review does not support use of ACEIs in dogs with preclinical MMVD

Review does not support use of ACEIs in dogs with preclinical MMVD
Researchers review adverse events of angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor use. Read More

Pug no longer 'typical dog' from a health perspective

Pug no longer 'typical dog' from a health perspective
RVC research highlights the health crisis experienced by UK pugs. Read More