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Medical Detection Dogs

12 years ago

21st February, 2012 16h40

As part of dog & bone’s commitment to Medical Detection Dogs, their Charity of the Year for 2012, they will be donating £1 for every person who registers onto one of this year’s exclusive UK dog & bone seminars. Respected veterinarian Dr. Ian Dunbar, who holds a place as one of the world’s most respected animal behaviourists, will be delivering two lectures in the UK exclusive to dog & bone: Science Based Dog Training (With Feeling) in Edinburgh and Sirius Dog Training Academy in Amersham in July. Later in October, noted veterinary behaviourist and author Dr. Nicholas Dodman will be presenting his exclusive UK The Well Adjusted Dog seminars with dog & bone in Leeds and Amersham. With a total of 500 places available at this year’s dog & bone seminars, it will bring welcome funds for Medical Detection Dogs. Dr. Claire Guest, one of the charity’s founders said: “We are delighted to be supported by dog & bone. I know that these will be innovative and exciting seminars and it is fantastic that every attendee will result in a donation to us, which will help us continue our work. As a small, new charity, each £1 really makes a difference and helps our dogs to save human lives. Thankyou.”

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