Super Sniffers Webinar


Super Sniffers: An Introduction to Medical Detection Dogs

Medical Detection Dogs are super sniffers, using their incredible sense of smell to save lives each and every day

Bio detection dogs use their nose to find illnesses such as cancer, Parkinson’s disease, malaria, and now even Covid-19! These wonderful dogs are working to diagnose disease much earlier, through less invasive and less expensive methods.

Medical Alert Assistance Dogs support individuals with complex health conditions who have limited awareness of an impending life-threatening medical event. Using their amazing sense of smell, these dogs can be trained to identify minute odour changes emitted prior to an emergency and alert the person to take preventative action.

Join our webinar as we tell you how it all started, introduce you to our amazing dogs, and share the science behind the sniff.

Choose your date below and book today. We ask for a minimum donation of £5 to help us continue and grow our lifesaving work.

Tuesday 29th July at 2pm

Thursday 29th August at 7pm

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