The goal of the Charity is to prevent or relieve the suffering of canines by the following:
arranging short-term direct care for canines which have been lost, mistreated or are without owners;
arranging for the rehabilitation of orphaned, sick or injured canines which have been lost, mistreated or are without owners;
funding research into the causes, prevention or cure of diseases in canines;
creating and endowing scholarships and fellowships;
providing education in relation to all aspects of canines;
arranging for the training of canines to assist people who are disadvantaged; and
promoting activities that support these goals.
‘Genetic Panel Screens: How to use them in your breeding program
One of the goals of the Charity is to prevent or relieve the suffering of canines, which includes providing education to all aspect of canines. As many breeders are keen to use genetic testing in their breeding programs, several commercial companies offer panel tests and can report many different genetic test results for your dog. However, genetic testing can become confusing if a breeder is not fully aware of the methodology and scope of panel testing. ‘Genetic Panel Screens: How to use them in your breeding program’ gives a clear picture of what can be achieved and is written by Professor Claire Wade BSc (Hons) PhD.