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    IPFD's HGTD Project Director, Aimee Llewellyn-Zaide provides an overview of the Harmonization of Genetic Testing for Dogs initiative - challenges and aims of providing quality genetic testing information to the dog community.
  2. All donations are handled via PayPal. Make a donation to support IPFD and its programs or... Make a donation to support the Harmonization of Genetic Testing for Dogs initiative
  3. ♦ REGISTER NOW! ♦ Organized by the International Partnership for Dogs (IPFD) and The Kennel Club, in cooperation with other partners. Pre-Meeting Resources - DogWellNet - 4th DHW Overview Dates: Thursday May 30th - Saturday, June 1st, 2019 Venue: De Vere Beaumont Estate, Windsor, UK Location: ~ 6 miles from Heathrow Airport. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW!
  4. NOTE: Since this press release, as of April 2018, Harmonization of Genetic Testing for Dogs is online. Please check it out! The International Partnership for Dogs (IPFD) announces the “Harmonization of Genetic Testing for Dogs” initiative: to support the appropriate selection and use of DNA testing in dog health and breeding decisions The ever-increasing emergence of new canine DNA tests and testing laboratories has made choosing quality DNA testing providers and the right DNA tests for health and breeding decisions increasingly challenging for many owners, breeders and veterinarians. Working with a wide-spectrum of stakeholders in dog health, the International Partnership for Dogs (IPFD) "Harmonization of Genetic Testing for Dogs" initiative will provide practical support to address these challenges.
  5. In its third full year of operation, the IPFD, its Partners, Sponsors, and Collaborators truly led by example to advance our mission to enhance dog health, well-being, and welfare.
  6. The International Partnership for Dogs (IPFD) is a non-profit organization, registered in Sweden, initiated by a group of independent stakeholders in dog health, well-being and welfare and officially launched in April 2014.
  7. In This Issue: News & Highlights A Look Ahead: IPFD and DogWellNet.com in 2018 Helpful Hint Stay Informed!
  8. In This Issue: News & Highlights NEW! DogWellNet.com Sitemap Helpful Hint Stay Informed!
  9. Happy Holidays from the International Partnership for Dogs and DogWellNet.com! In This Issue: Hold the Date: 4th International Dog Health Workshop News & Highlights Moving from information and collaboration to action: Report from the 3rd International Dog Health Workshop Stay Informed!
  10. See the September 2016 IPFD Presentation to the Kennel Club's Breed Health Coordinators
  11. 3rd Workshop of the International Partnership for Dogs (IPFD): Working together to improve the health of pedigree dogs See the F.C.I. newsletter at the link above or read it below...
  12. In This Issue: News & Highlights UK Owner Survey - The Kennel Club registered dogs: Newly published research Stay Informed!
  13. In This Issue: News & Highlights 3rd International Dog Health Workshop - There's still time to join us in Paris! Stay Informed
  14. In This Issue: News & Highlights Spotlight Stay Informed
  15. What’s all this talk about super bugs? Isn’t that what bit Spider Man and gave him those super-spidey powers? Unfortunately, the super bugs I am referring to are not siding with the good guys. These bugs are mutated to withstand even the strongest of antibiotics, rendering them unstoppable… or are they? Here’s some background on AMR… Antimicrobial resistance happens when bacteria become overexposed to antimicrobials (aka antibiotics.) Through a combination of natural selection and mutation, these bacteria become resistant, and the antimicrobials can’t effectively work. This is where the term “super bug” was coined. Seemingly normal bacteria transforms into an indestructible force bent on world domination. Who is at fault for this? I don’t mean to point any fingers, but it’s kind of us. Yes, the human race is responsible for creating these terrifying, little organisms that in fact do nothing for us but cause our own destruction. So why would humans sabotage themselves by creating this devastating problem that kills people and animals across the world? The issue is, many people are unknowingly doing this. Have you ever been given a course of antibiotics and stopped taking them when you felt better? Makes sense, right? You aren’t sick anymore, so why would you need to keep taking the medication? What many people aren’t aware of is that when you don’t finish that entire course of antibiotics, some of the bacteria gets left behind. These bacteria are not enough to cause current clinical signs. However, having been exposed to the antibiotic, they can mutate and become resistant so that that same antibiotic loses efficacy against the mutated bacteria. This is just one instance on how humans can unknowingly create these super bugs. AMR and prudent use of antibiotics is a hot topic right now all over the world; from the UN and World Health Organization - to country, regional and local levels. However, there is a lot of work to be done to get the appropriate information to the right people in order to educate and change behaviors.. I am here to help uncover mysteries and bring to light information on what we are doing as breeders, pet owners, and veterinarians that may be contributing to this pandemic. No sole group is to blame for this, but together, we can form a global power to tackle the super bugs. Just remember… “With great power comes great responsibility.”
  16. Version 1.0.0

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    This file contains a downloadable mp3 recording of Plenary Sessions from the 3rd International Dog Health Workshop held in Paris - April 2017. Presenters included on this recording are as follows: SCC Official Opening Address 0:00-4:45 Introduction - Welcome Pekka Olsen 4:50-10:00 (IPFD) International collaboration/Dog Health Workshops PLENARY SESSIONS Presenters spoke for approximately 15 minutes each. Catherine Andre 10:12-26:00 Title of talk: Development of a validated DNA test – an example of collaboration with breeders, breed clubs and researchers Rowena Packer 26:26-42:50 Title of talk: International developments relative to issues in brachycephalic dogs. Ian Seath 43:00-53:30 Title of talk: A total package: Innovative research, programs and communication by the Dachshund Breed Council Jasen Stull 53:40-1:09:00 Title of talk: The big picture: Communication and education about antimicrobial resistance Sophia Malm 1:09:15-1:21-35 Title of talk: Integrating data from various sources for breed health strategies Aimee Llewellyn 1:21:58-1:35:50 Title of talk: Harmonization of Genetic Testing for Dogs (+Poster) Paula Boyden 1:36:10-1:51:33 Title of talk: The intersection of welfare and behaviour in dogs and relation to health and breeding Brenda Bonnett 1:51:50-end Title of talk: International efforts; IPFD; breakout instructions (+Poster) Speaker biographies and further details are located HERE.
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    This file contains a collection of posters prepared for IPFD's 3rd International Dog Health Workshop Held in Paris, April of 2017. Files: Ian Seath Dachshunds.pdf - 2.98 MB Kelly Arthur IPFD Poster_Jan 2017.pdf - 509.29 kB ORIVET_Dog Health.pdf - 5.27 MB Orivet-VGA_poster-A0_v1-6-1.pdf - 3.22 MB Shizhi Wang_Benefits from intergration of international data.pdf - 622.01 kB Shizhi Wang_More health data needed for purebred dog.pdf - 624.84 kB Stull ACVIM poster (FINAL).pdf - 612.89 kB Welfare Program for Dogs in Commercial Breeding Facilities A0.pdf - 622.66 kB
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    International Efforts Dr. Brenda Bonnett, DVM, PhD; CEO IPFD
  19. Many thanks to the AKC-CHF and our other sponsors for supporting the collaborative Harmonization of Genetic Testing initiative!!! See the Dog News Annual Issue for the complete article.
  20. From the BVA congress held in November 2016 At the Session offered on Thursday, November 17, 2016: Two paws forward, one paw back: are we making any progress on pedigree dog health? presentations were offered by Dr. Brenda Bonnett DVM PhD, CEO, International Partnership for Dogs and Nick Blayney BVSc MRCVS, Veterinary Advisor, The Kennel Club. An article has been included in the December Issue of the Veterinary Record: Title: BVA congress: Improving the health of pedigree dogs: is enough being done? Abstract "Controversies at Crufts in recent years have indicated there is still more to do to improve the health of pedigree dogs. Is the Kennel Club doing enough and can the UK learn from international experiences to help take matters forward? These questions were discussed during a session on pedigree dog health at the BVA Congress last month. Georgina Mills reports"
  21. Robert Simons

    DogWellNet.com Digest

    Our latest edition of DogWellNet.com Digest. November 15, 2016 Check out the latest content on our site.
  22. In This Issue: News & Highlights Spotlight Helpful Hint Stay Informed
  23. NEWS... Animal Welfare Champion Receives Honor Alumna Award Dr. Patricia Olson (Ph.D., '81), named the CVMBS Distinguished Alumna for 2016, has been a teacher, a researcher, and a consultant. But regardless of her role, one thing is constant. She is a tireless champion for animal and human welfare.
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    This talk was delivered on 23 Sept 2016 to the Breed Health Coordinators of The KC in Southam, UK. Thank you to The KC for the opportunity to talk to this group of experts.
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