Research recently released by veterinary charity, the Animal Health Trust, investigating the most common skin cancer in dogs, mast cell tumours, will be hugely beneficial to two of the UK’s most popular breeds of dog. It
A new study has revealed that the number of pedigree dogs at risk of often painful and debilitating inherited diseases is being dramatically reduced by responsible breeders. The research, carried out by scientists who work for
Research conducted by a team of scientists and vets at the Animal Health Trust, in collaboration with the University of Liverpool, offers new hope to vets and dog owners. Cutaneous mast cell tumours are the most
Teddy, a ten-year-old standard Dachshund, owned by Peter Purves, Crufts commentator and former Blue Peter presenter, and his wife, was referred to the AHT’s Small Animal Clinic after Peter noticed a change in Teddy’s character.
Cancer is one of the common causes of death in dogs, with one in four dogs predicted to get cancer at some point in their lifetime. These dogs may now have a brighter future thanks