Generation Pup Study
Latest research from the University of Bristol Veterinary School – a quarter of puppies are taken from their mothers too prematurely
One in four people acquired their puppies before the advised age of eight weeks old, according to new findings from the Dogs Trust’s pioneering dog welfare study ‘Generation Pup’.
Generation Pup is a ground breaking study of the health, welfare and behaviour of our dogs throughout their whole lives. The Trust in partnership with the University of Bristol Vet School is investigating the impact that a range of factors including acquisition before eight weeks of age has on the long-term development of puppies.
Click here to read more about this important study and if you are considering purchasing a puppy how you too can be part of the ‘Generation Pup’ research and help improve the welfare of dogs.