WELCOME TO THE Small Animal CENTRE
Who we are:
The AHT’s small animal clinic is a world class referral and diagnostic service for cats and dogs. We are patient-focused and client-orientated. We also have an equine clinic for equine referrals, click here for more information.
What makes … Continue reading
02.05.13 Live exports have resumed from the Port of Dover in Kent this morning (2 May) but our inspectors have not been granted permission to enter the port. The Joline sailed from Dover at nine am today loaded with lorries of sheep for the journey to France and then possibly … Continue reading
Today (May 1st) Animal Aid joined a flashmob organised by Lush, to dance and sing our protest against the badger cull outside Defra’s offices.
Lush has supported the campaign against the cull in all its UK shops over the last ten days and the flashmob was the culmination … Continue reading
Saddle slip may be an indicator of the presence of hindlimb lameness
Presented at the 51st Annual Congress of the British Equine Veterinary Association, Birmingham 2012
Line Greve* & Sue J. Dyson
Centre for Equine Studies, Animal Health Trust, Lanwades Park, Kentford, Newmarket, Suffolk, … Continue reading
RSPCA releases new cruelty statistics 30.04.13 Convictions for animal neglect and cruelty rose by nearly 34 per cent in 2012, a new RSPCA report reveals. Launched during RSPCA Week, the RSPCA prosecutions annual report also shows there was a 15.7 per cent increase in the number of defendants convicted last … Continue reading
April 29, 2013 / by Kellie Heckman / Make A Comment / Filed under Animal Care & Behavior, Animal Charity, Animal Safety, Blog Litters of kittens are starting to show up in animal shelters all over the U.S., but it is not too late to help reduce the impact of kitten season this year. Here are … Continue reading
Cerebellar ataxia in Jack/Parson Russell Terriers Joint Statement from the Animal Health Trust & the University of Missouri
Researchers at the University of Missouri and the Animal Health Trust have been independently studying cerebellar ataxia in the Jack/Parson Russell Terriers. When both groups announced that they had found the … Continue reading
This week, Animal Aid’s Badger Battle Bus will re-visit Gloucestershire to urge residents to vote for badger-friendly candidates in the forthcoming local elections. The ‘bus’ – actually a converted ambulance with a screen fitted into its side – is decked out in black and white artwork with this message emblazoned … Continue reading
An investigation by the Captive Animals’ Protection Society has found that UK charity, the Wildfowl and Wetland Trust, has been amputating the wings of newly hatched birds without veterinary supervision, as is required by law.
The mutilation, known as ‘pinioning’, prevents the birds from flying away and has … Continue reading
Published: 22/04/2013 14:46:52
get cycling to help fight cancer and other diseases in animals!
Feeling inspired by the London Marathon? Sign up now to take part in the first ever Animal Health Trust Dogs Sportive cycling event, and raise money for our research into animal diseases such … Continue reading