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Privacy and Sharing Data

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Institutions we share pseudonymised data with for research purposes

Here is a list of Universities and research organisations that we share pseudonymised data with. The list is updated from time to time. (Last updated 10th May 2021)

For research purposes, pseudonymised data from the Generation Pup project has been shared with the following institutions:

  • Royal Veterinary College
  • University of Bristol

Applications for access to data from the Generation Pup project are being processed from the following institutions. We intend to share pseudonymised data with these institutions for research purposes, providing the applications are approved and data sharing agreements are in place*:

  • University of Cambridge

In order to access veterinary notes via databases held by other research groups, we are sharing Generation Pup Dog ID numbers and/or microchip numbers with the following research groups*:

  • None at present

*Please note that the sharing of your data with the above institutions will only take place if you have consented to it.

Privacy Policy

For over 50 years, we’ve promised to never put down a healthy dog. We keep our promises, and that includes treating your personal details with care. We will keep the information you provide us with safe and will only use it for research purposes, pseudonymising data prior to analysis and publication.

We also promise to only ever share your data (excluding personally identifiable information such as contact details, dog’s name) with researchers who we authorise to access data we hold. We won’t contact you for any other purpose, unless you already receive communications from us.

You can opt out of these or change your preferences at any time by contacting or phoning +44 (0)7434 843460. For more information on this visit our privacy section,

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