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PUPSCAN SEMINAR DUBLIN

Posted by pupscanproject@gmail.com on July 9, 2019 at 6:05 AM

A  successful Pupscan Seminar was held on 7th July at the IKC National Show Centre in Dublin, thanks to everyone who attended, you were a lovely audience.

The presentation kicked off with an introduction by Pamela Maclellen on the Pupscan Project which is researching the processes that lead to faulty hip development.

It was a pleasure to welcome Mr Bodo Backmo from the Swedish Kennel Club Investigation Team on HD who spoke about the extensive research he had recently comple...

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PUPSCAN BACK IN IRELAND

Posted by pupscanproject@gmail.com on June 8, 2019 at 12:20 AM

The Pupscan Team were back in Ireland this weekend where we have had the pleasure of scanning a beautiful litter of Pyrenean Mountain puppies while getting to see the countryside of Co Clare.

On Sunday we presented a Seminar in Dublin and Monday scanned some Irish Wolfhounds, a Weimaraner and some Bulldogs puppies.


DARKNESS INTO LIGHT CHARITY WALK

Posted by pupscanproject@gmail.com on May 11, 2019 at 2:10 AM

Well done to Paul Kelly and his staff for completing the Darkness into Light charity walk  in Dublin in aid of  Pieta House in support of suicide awareness....and the dogs enjoyed it too :-)



Busy few weeks scanning in April

Posted by pupscanproject@gmail.com on April 25, 2019 at 2:00 PM

It's been a busy few weeks for the Pupscan Team with lots of litters scanned in the UK and Ireland, photos of some of the breeds below.

Thank you to the breeders for giving us the opportunity to scan them.

We are looking forward to giving a Pupscan Seminar in Dublin on 7th July, venue etc to be confirmed shortly.



Chuangdog Hound Litter Scanned

Posted by pupscanproject@gmail.com on April 25, 2019 at 5:40 AM

We were delighted to get the opportunity to scan a beautiful litter of Chuangdog Hounds recently.  Our thanks to breeder Alison Darley (Cymrygold) for her hospitality and faith in the research project.



Navan Dog Show Best of the Best Super Match

Posted by pupscanproject@gmail.com on January 28, 2019 at 10:30 AM

Congratulations to the winners at the Navan Dog Show Best of the Best Charity Super Match held on Saturday in Dublin. Pupscan were delighted to sponsor the Best of the Best Puppy and Best of the Best Veteran sections at this event in aid of Pieta House.





X Ray Referal Service

Posted by pupscanproject@gmail.com on October 19, 2018 at 11:40 AM

First Wolf Dog litter scanned

Posted by pupscanproject@gmail.com on September 18, 2018 at 11:20 AM

The Pupscan Team had the great pleasure of scanning these beautiful Wolf Dog puppies. We had a great time meeting the parents, the male of which is just magnificent, he also starred in a few films. He is enormous but what a charismatic dog we could have admired him all day long.

 

Orthopaedic Specialist Vet Paul Kelly joins the Pupscan Team

Posted by pupscanproject@gmail.com on August 1, 2018 at 11:45 AM

The Pupscan Research Project are delighted to welcome Dr. Paul Kelly MVB to the team, who will be a major contributor to the research going forward.

Paul, is based in Ratoath, Co Meath, Ireland where he runs a general veterinary practice, specialising in Orthopaedics and Traumatology UCM. He qualified as a vet at University College Dublin in 1989 and gained his specialist title at the University Complutense in Madrid.


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Pupscan present to Scientific Commision of the Royal St Hubert, Belgium

Posted by pupscanproject@gmail.com on June 27, 2018 at 10:50 AM

A meeting took place last week between members of the Pupscan Project team, the Irish Kennel Club and the Scientific Commision of the Belgian Kennel Club (SRSH) at their offices in Brussels, Belgium which was enthusiastically received by all present and generated a lively and productive discussion. The Pupscan project is researching the factors leading to abnormal hip/elbow development in dogs and aims to separate predominantly genetic from the many acquired conditions that damage joints caus...

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