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> Talk On Medical Detection Dogs Hosted By Cambridge Dogs, 22 February 7pm in Harston, Cambridge
Mudhoney
post 14th Jan 2012, 6:17 pm
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Wednesday 22 February 2012: Medical Detection Dogs

Catherine Burniston from Medical Detection dogs will be talking about the work of their charity and how they train their dogs.

Medical Detection Dogs is a charity that trains dogs to help people with life threatening health conditions, giving them greater independence and above all saving their lives on a daily basis.

The talk is at Harston Village Hall, Cambridge at 7pm

http://medicaldetectiondogs.org.uk/


A bit about medical detection:


Medical Detection Dogs help train specialist dogs to detect the odour of human disease for bio-detection and medical alert purposes.

Medical Alert Dogs are trained to assist individuals who manage complex medical conditions on a day to day basis. Dogs are taught to identify the odour changes that are associated with certain medical events.

Medical Alert Dogs can also be used to help those with other dangerous health conditions such as Addisonian crisis, pain seizures and narcolepsy. The charity is also investigating other debilitating and potentially fatal conditions which dogs may have the ability to help, including severe allergic responses and migraines.

Come and find out more about this amazing use of the dogs sense of smell!
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Mudhoney
post 15th Jan 2012, 1:02 am
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Contact details for getting tickets - the website is www.cambridgedogs.co.uk and email gemma@camdogs.co.uk
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