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Pup of the month

Could your dog be our next ‘Pup of the Month’?

We are now recruiting puppies from anywhere in the UK/ROI, of any breed or cross-breed. If your puppy is 16 weeks of age or under please consider signing up, and joining the Generation Pup community. You could help us to make Generation Pup a once in a lifetime study with benefits for all of dogdom! Plus your puppy could be chosen as ‘Pup of the Month’.

Project news

March 01 2019: Dog of the Month!

Meet this handsome chap – Woody! His owner Bathanny-Mae had these words to share with us: “He is a miniature Black and Tan dachshund with a smooth coat. His favourite toys are his squeaky piggy and his heart shaped rope!”. Woody has won a Dogs Trust dog toy to play with.

February 15 2019: Owner of the Month!

We are delighted to announce that Moss’s owner – David has been selected as this month’s winner. Thank you to David and Moss for being part of Generation Pup.

A reminder to our wonderful owners that completing your most recent questionnaire could give you a chance of being selected as ‘Owner of the Month’. Every winner can pick a Dogs Trust gift for themselves, or a fun toy for their pup!

February 01 2019: Dog of the Month!

Meet this handsome chap – Ezekiel! His owner Lillie had these words to share with us: “He is my hero. He is training with DOG A.I.D to be my assistance dog. He is fun loving, kind, very clever and a little bit nuts. We call him out Midnight Lion due to his big black man of fluffy black fur (he is otherwise known as Flufty Pants).” Esekiel has won a Dogs Trust dog toy to play with.

January 15 2019: Owner of the Month!

We are delighted to announce that Betsy’s owner – Sue has been selected as this month’s winner. Thank you to Sue and Betsy for being part of Generation Pup.

A reminder to our wonderful owners that completing your most recent questionnaire could give you a chance of being selected as ‘Owner of the Month’. Every winner can pick a Dogs Trust gift for themselves, or a fun toy for their pup!

January 11 2019: Exciting research news!!!

Four members of the Generation Pup team have had clinical research abstracts accepted for oral presentations at BSAVA Congress in April 2019!  The abstracts are short summaries of recent research findings from Generation Pup. Well done to Rosa Da Costa, Rachel Kinsman, Dr Michelle Lord and Josh Woodward, and all others who have been involved – Dr Emma Buckland, Dr Rachel Casey, Prof Toby Knowles, Dr Jane Murray and Prof Séverine Tasker.

The congress will be held in Birmingham. It will likely be attended by over 6,000 delegates. These presentations give the team a fantastic opportunity to raise awareness of this ground-breaking research project.

All four team members plan to submit papers for publication this year, so stay tuned as we will share these findings with you when we can!