Ceva Animal Health UK has announced that Medical Detection Dogs (MDD) will be its charity of the year for 2012. The deserving charity trains dogs to help people with life threatening health conditions.
Ceva Animal Health UK has announce that Medical Detection Dogs (MDD) will be its charity of the year for 2012. Over the course of the coming year, Ceva and its staff will be working to support the charity, which trains dogs to help people with life-threatening health conditions.
Ceva will support the charity in a number of ways; the company is already supplying MDD with its Adaptil product range, which consists of a collar, diffuser and spray containing a synthetic copy of the dog appeasing pheromone proven to help puppies develop into balanced and well-trained adult dogs.
A number of charity fundraising initiatives will also take place throughout the year including:
- the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge,
- the promotion of Adaptil merchandise (of which proceeds will be going directly to MDD), and
- a number of Ceva events where MDD will be present to help raise the charity’s profile.
Lucy Brett, veterinary advisor at Ceva Animal Health UK, said: “Medical Detection Dogs is a charity that is close to our hearts and, personally, I have been so impressed with its work and goals for the future that I have even adopted one of its Yellow Labrador puppies, Archie, who has his own blog on www.secrettohappypets.com, until he is old enough for his detection training.
“We at Ceva are all looking forward to raising funds for Medical Detection Dogs throughout 2012.”
- For further information on Medical Detection Dogs, visit www.medicaldetectiondogs.org.uk.