Generation Pup

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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

December 01 2018: Dog of the Month!

Meet this pretty little pup – Bo! Her owner Sarah tells us that Bo is their first family dog and settled with them straight away. She is a little ray of sunshine in their lives. As winner of Dog of the Month, Bo received a squeeky toy!

November 23 2018: New Gallery Feature on Dashboards!

Following feedback from our Radley bag competition earlier this year, #GenerationPup is delighted to announce a new gallery feature on your dashboard. Completing a survey will now allow you to upload an additional photo of your #dog. Over time, you can upload multiple photos of your dog to create the perfect #puppy album! Visit your dashboard to use this feature now, as previously completed surveys will have already unlocked photo upload opportunities for you. Happy uploading!

November 15 2018: Owner of the Month!

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

November 14-15 2018: The Generation Pup team raises awareness at London Vet Show

The Generation Pup team were at London Vet Show this year spreading the word about the project. It was lovely for the team to meet so many veterinary professionals who were interested to help recruit new puppies to Generation Pup. We hope everyone that went enjoyed the show.

November 12 2018: From Thailand with Puppy Love!

Here is Dr Jane Murray presenting a poster describing puppy acquisition behaviour within the Generation Pup cohort. Jane attended the International Symposium of Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics (ISVEE) in Chiang-Mai, Thailand. With over 700 delegates attending from 30 countries we hope the awareness of Generation Pup and the importance of this project will be spread far and wide. The poster can be viewed if you click here!