During our first attendance at the London Vet Show (LVS) we received a surprise boost of £2,900. LVS organiser CloserStill Media pledged £1 to AWF for every delegate visiting LVS on the second day of the Show, following an AWF raffle of a luxury ethically sourced hamper at the British Veterinary Association banquet.
Are you a sheep farmer whose flock is affected by Contagious Ovine Digital Dermatitis (CODD)?
Help us to find the most effective treatments for CODD. AWF has funded a study at the University of Liverpool to develop a greater understanding of this painful disease. The research team is recruiting farmers whose flocks are affected for treatment trials in Cheshire, Mid and North Wales, Shropshire and Staffordshire. Farms must have more than 300 ewes.
Find out more about our work to improve animal welfare over the last 12 months in our annual review.
In celebration of our 30th anniversary this year it also includes a look back at some of our achievements since 1983.
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Congratulations to the swimmers who took part in the #AWF300 Swimathon and raised £5,000 in much needed funds for the charity. AWF Trustee Emma Milne led the way, swimming the full 300 lengths.
Teachers from Lady Lumley School in Pickering, North Yorkshire swam the distance as a relay team.
The money raised will be used to support AWF's pet care advice range, which gives information to owners on keeping their pets happy and healthy.