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Keep your cat healthy this summer News
June 25, 2020
Keep your cat healthy this summer

As the temperature increases there are a few simple steps we can take to keep our pet’s healthy. Remember that during the summer cats can feel hot and bothered and are at an increased risk of heatstroke, which can be potentially fatal. Here are some quick tips to keep your kitty cool this summer: Tuna […]

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Keep your horse healthy this summer News
June 24, 2020
Keep your horse healthy this summer

With long hot days coming, it is important to make sure you and your horse are ready for summer. Here are some quick tips to keep your horse healthy this summer: Shade and shelter – make sure your horse has access to a shady area or shelter so they can keep out of the sun’s […]

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Keep your dog healthy this summer News
June 23, 2020
Keep your dog healthy this summer

As the temperature increases there are a few simple steps we can take to keep our pet’s healthy. Here are some quick tips to keep your dog cool this summer: Cars – Never leave your dog (or any pet) alone in a car, even with the windows open, on a hot day. ‘Not long’ is […]

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Flea-infested kitten found days away from death Animal Stories
June 21, 2020
Flea-infested kitten found days away from death

Whilst fleas are an easily treatable parasite amongst most cats and dogs, young or small animals that become infected are at a high risk of developing serious complications such anaemia and potentially fatal heart conditions. Sadly, this was the reality for eight-week-old Bow, a tiny kitten who had either got lost or been abandoned when […]

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Regina lends a helping hand to animals Animal Stories
June 7, 2020
Regina lends a helping hand to animals

12-year-old Regina embraces a message of compassion towards working animals through Together for Animals member SPANA’s humane welfare education classes in Tanzania. Regina lives with her parents and two sisters in a remote region of Tanzania. Her family supports themselves through subsistence farming – raising livestock including cattle, sheep, goats and chickens. To help them with the […]

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Bumble and her bucket list Animal Stories
May 18, 2020
Bumble and her bucket list

After being diagnosed with incurable kidney cancer, this one-in-a-million dog is spending her remaining time cramming in as many adventures as possible, while helping other dogs in need. Bumble may not have the years ahead of her that such a special dog deserves, but the love, fun and adventure filling her remaining days would be […]

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From forlorn pony to driving star! Animal Stories
April 28, 2020
From forlorn pony to driving star!

Palomino gelding Graham came into Together for Animals member World Horse Welfare’s care in 2017 after being found in a filthy stable, underweight and in poor condition. Thanks to the dedication of the Penny Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre team, Graham, a Welsh cross standing at 11.2hh, was soon unrecognisable from the scraggly forlorn pony […]

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First breakthrough with the UK’s largest canine genome bank News
April 27, 2020
First breakthrough with the UK’s largest canine genome bank

Together for Animal’s member the Animal Health Trust (AHT) is celebrating the discovery of the first disease mutation found thanks to its Give a Dog a Genome project. Launched in 2016, Give a Dog a Genome is a pioneering project that is making the genetic mutation-finding process quicker and more efficient by creating a ‘canine […]

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Join The 2.6 Challenge Appeals
April 16, 2020
Join The 2.6 Challenge

We’re inviting you, your family and friends to take part in The 2.6 Challenge from Sunday 26 April to help to save animals in need. The Covid-19 pandemic has had a devastating effect on charities, with the cancellation of thousands of events and the loss of billions in fundraising income. In response, the organisers of […]

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