Dogs to help early diagnosis of bowel cancer

Dogs to help early diagnosis of bowel cancer Our new project to train dogs to detect the odour of colorectal (bowel) cancer in urine samples, using the power of their noses, is underway. We’re looking into whether man’s best friend could help deliver an accurate,...

A royal appointment

A royal appointment It was a proud day for our charity as our Patron, her Majesty The Queen, hosted a reception for us at Clarence House to celebrate our 15th anniversary. Her Majesty met clients with Medical Alert Assistance Dogs, our supporters and trustees and...

It’s official – we’re record breakers…

It’s official – we’re record breakers… We’ve always known Medical Detection Dogs are special but it’s now official – they are record breakers according to the global authority on all things record-breaking, Guinness World Records.  In February 2022, we officially...

John Church Bio Detection Building opening

John Church Bio Detection Building opening Today was the official opening of the John Church Bio Detection Building – our state of the art, world leading facility where we train dogs to detect the odour of diseases such as Cancer, Pseudomonas and Parkinson’s.  The...

The pitter patter of tiny, life-saving paws…

The pitter patter of tiny, life-saving paws… These perfect puppies are the first from Medical Detection Dogs’ new breeding scheme. The charity launched its first ever scheme last year and Mum, Leia, gave birth to 3 bouncing boys and 3 gorgeous girls just before...

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