We are now recruiting puppies from anywhere in the UK, 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’.
An interesting poster describing early recruitment & data collection for the Generation Pup study was presented at the annual conference of the Society of Veterinary Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine which took place in Estonia in March 2018. To view this poster, please click here!
The Generation Pup team are delighted to introduce gorgeous ‘Sunny’ who was the 1,000th pup to be signed up to this amazing project!
Sunny’s owner has very kindly shared these words about her puppy:
“Sunny has now been with us for three weeks and already he is a big part of our family. He is settling in really well and Junior (our 10 year old Old English Sheepdog) is looking forward to being able to introduce Sunny to his favourite walks in the New Forest at Easter! Sunny currently spends a lot of the time chasing Junior around, playing with his toys and running around with the chickens in our garden, so the only peace and quiet we get is when he flops down absolutely worn out!”
Thank you so much to Sunny’s owner and to every single one of our other Generation Pup dog owners.
The Generation Pup Spring 2018 newsletter is out now! For those who subscribe to our newsletters, you will shortly be receiving your copy via your email inbox or the post if that is your preferred option. If you don’t currently subscribe to our newsletter but would like to, you can sign up here. If you simply can’t wait to receive the newsletter by email, you can view it here!
This is Monty who is 4 and a half months old. He is a black and silver miniature schnauzer. He loves squeezey cheese as a special treat and hates the rain. We are so grateful to Amy (Monty’s owner) and Monty for their participation in the Generation Pup research project.
It was a busy weekend for the Generation Pup team at the Puppy Conference in Warwickshire run by Animal Events UK, where Project Leader Dr Rachel Casey spoke about our amazing study! We were inundated with support and enthusiasm for the project from vets, vet nurses, dog walkers, dog trainers, puppy trainers, breeders, dog owners and behaviourists. We are hugely grateful to all those who offered to help with recruitment. Very exciting times ahead!!!