Animal Health Trust


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Animal Health Trust

(AHT) a charitable organization in the UK providing specialist veterinary clinical, diagnostic and surgical services for dogs, cats and horses. One of its objectives is to contribute to the advancement of veterinary teaching and practice through research and postgraduate education in a research environment.
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Last year I was lucky enough to go to the Animal Health Trust lunch and spent a lovely afternoon eating and drinking.
Buick can also land the opening Animal Health Trust EBF Maiden Stakes (1.
We had a day at the moon bear project where vets from the animal health trust were on a visits from the UK carrying out eye examinations to help the bears.
THE Animal Health Trust treats up to 4,000 small animals (mainly cats and dogs) and 600 horses and ponies for various illnesses every year.
The rest of Miss Hardwell's estate was divided among the Animal Health Trust, the Cinnamon Trust, the Royal National Institute for the Blind and Cancer research campaign.
Nicola, who won two golds and a bronze at the Sydney Olympics, took the top dress age rider of the year title at the Animal Health Trust awards ceremony in London's Hilton Hotel.
Norma nominated him for a "Companion of the year" award, sponsored by Wagg Foods and the Animal Health Trust and he has made the shortlist.
Brown and his wife Rita have raised more than PS250,000 this millennium through their Fryening Foundation, which supports various charities, including the Animal Health Trust.
The Animal Health Trust said: "There are all sorts of theories, including the presence of blue-green algae.
There will be a new Health Zone at where experts from the British Veterinary Association and the Animal Health Trust will talk to dog lovers about topics including Kennel Club health initiatives, health screening and DNA tests.
50 Years Ago The sentimental approach to animals was condemned by Dr W H Woolridge, scientific director of the Animal Health Trust in a talk to the Assembly of Corresponding Societies.
But Keith Reid of the Animal Health Trust, said: "This surprises me.
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