Mr. Sean Delmar, IKC President said“The Irish Kennel Club are delighted to be associated with The Pupscan Project. The conceptof early, non-invasive tests by scanning, with ability to diagnose can be so important in controlling the health of dogs. This allows for early intervention with corrective procedures or protocol for malformations caused by trauma, environment […]
The Pupscan Project are delighted to announce a working relationship with University College Dublin, in Ireland, who will be the Academic Centre for the research project going forward. Pictured at a recent meeting are: Pictured at a recent meeting at UCD are: Prof Alan Fahey (Assoc Professor in Animal Breeding, School of Agriculture and Food Science UCD), […]
2017 was a busy year for the team. To date we have scanned 44 different breeds ranging from Great Danes down to Mini Dachshunds, giving a total of over 4,000 scans with more litters booked in over the coming weeks. Seminars have been run by various Breed Clubs and have been well attended. It has been […]
PUPscan have been very busy over the last few weeks with scanning and seminars in the UK. Last weekend we were delighted to give a seminar which was hosted by the Great Dane Association of Ireland, in Tullamore, Co Offaly Ireland. What a fantastic group of enthusiastic and forward thinking people who made the afternoon […]
Another successful seminar was held on 13th May in Kent. Many thanks to Karen Angier and the Committee of the Southern Border Collie Club who hosted the event and for their super hospitality. The feedback from the day has been great. If you or your Club would like to host a seminar please contact Pam […]
A successful seminar was held in Dublin on 8th May which received great interest and support from the many breeders attending. More seminars will be held over the coming months both in Ireland and England, if you or your Club are interested in attending or hosting a Seminar please contact us. Main photo (left to […]
PUPscan Project was delighted to hold its first seminar in Dublin, Ireland on Saturday 8th April, which was well attended by Club Secretaries, Breeders and also Veterinary Professionals. The feedback from the presentation was very positive and encouraging with a lively questions and answers sessions afterwards and support for the research that PUPscan is undertaking. […]
PUPscan has now purchased a new generation colour Ultrasound machine to give intense imaging of even blood flowing through veins etc.