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It's a dog's life - or is it? The health and welfare of dogs owned by homeless people

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You probably walk past homeless people on the streets of Cambridge regularly, and a fair few of them have dogs with them. How does that make you feel? Are these dogs healthy and well cared for? Should homeless people even be allowed to own a dog? Come and hear about our findings from a survey concerning the health and welfare of dogs owned by homless people in Cambridge and London and a comparison with those who live in a home. Maybe this will change your views!

This talk is part of the Departmental Seminar Programme, Department of Veterinary Medicine series.

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