Posted On: 19/03/19
Research conducted by a team of scientists and vets at Together for Animals member Animal Health Trust, in collaboration with the University of Liverpool, offers new hope to vets and dog owners.
Cutaneous mast cell tumours are the most common form of skin cancer in dogs. Aggressive forms of these tumours often recur, or spread to local lymph nodes, the liver and/or spleen and can cause death within a year.
Currently vets do not have a test that will accurately predict if a dog’s cutaneous...
Posted On: 13/03/19
Lying in a warm bed listening to storm Gareth can make you anxious but just imagine how frightening it is for those living on our streets!
Shelter defend the right to a safe home — with individuals, in communities, across society. This poem by one of their young supporters illustrates their work. Your tax free Payroll Giving donation to support this fantastic charity will help the homeless. Lets bring them in from the storm.
Posted On: 07/03/19
Caring for someone coming out of hospital who can no longer care for themselves in the same way as before can be very difficult. Carers UK factsheet provides some advice and information on steps to take: