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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The Animal Health Trust is carrying out a survey into riders' weights
His narrow second behind the Sea Moon at Goodwood should guarantee an assured run in the Betfair Supports The Animal Health Trust Fred Archer Stakes.
Those shortlisted were nominated by British Showjumping and the winners were selected by the readers of Horse and Hound magazine on behalf of the Animal Health Trust.
Specialists at the Animal Health Trust in Newmarket, Suffolk, inserted wires impregnated with a radioactive material into a tumour under Muffin's eye.
Prosecuting, Kathryn Roughton said that in March last year the Animal Health Trust charity had a stand at Crufts Dog Show at the NEC.
The world renowned Animal Health Trust, a scientific charity based in Newmarket, has just published the results of a trial which gives the clearest evidence yet that routine vaccination of dogs in the UK does not increase the frequency of illness.
A donation of 2 [pounds sterling] from the sale of each print will be made to the Animal Health Trust, which is dedicated to fighting animal diseases.
Sir Michael Stoute, Ryan Moore and the Cheveley Park Stud, whose Duke Of Firenze swooped late for the Dash on Derby day at Epsom seven days ago, can combine for another decent sprint prize, the Betfairsponsored Animal Health Trust Handicap (2.
The Animal Health Trust is carrying out research into seasonal canine illness, which appears in the autumn.
Penny Copeland, 49, who runs Copeland Veterinary Surgeons, in Ingleby Barwick with husband Derek, hopes to raise hundreds of pounds for a project run by the Animal Health Trust giving specialist eye treatment to moon bears in a sanctuary in China.
The sickness cause has not yet ben clearly defined but the most likely culprit at the moment is one of the soil-bound botulin bugs, Clostridium botulinum type C and a vaccine is being formulated at the Animal Health Trust.
BHS has also launched a campaign with Animal Health Trust to raise pounds 250,000 for further research into strangles.
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