Fun Way Dog Training supports a number of charities…
Zoe’s Journey UK
Cancer is a word which strikes fear in all of us, whether it affects humans or dogs. A wonderful lady called Jayne May set up Zoe’s Journey UK because her gorgeous Golden Retriever, Zoe, was diagnosed with Lymphoma. Thanks to quick action and first class treatment by her vet, Zoe is alive and well and enjoying life. She celebrated her 14th birthday in June 2015.
Jayne made a decision in January 2015 to try to raise £5,000 within a year, the monies to be used to carry out research into cancer in dogs. She set up a Facebook page and a Just Giving account and all monies raised go to the Animal Health Trust. At 22.53p.m. on the 20th February 2017 the amount raised crashed through the £100,000 mark. An unbelievable achievement. Every single penny will be used by the Animal Health Trust to fight cancer in dogs, all dogs, not just Golden Retrievers.
The aim of Zoe’s Journey UK is to raise funds so the AHT have a better understanding of this disease and therefore by earlier diagnosis, treatment can save more lives.
Cancer affects 4 out of 10 dogs, the older the dog gets, the more likely it is that the dog will be affected by cancer, and it affects 1 in 2 dogs over the age of 10, some make it, some don’t. A lot of the cancers in dogs are similar, if not the same, as cancers in humans.
Want to know more?
Just Giving Page
Animal Health Trust (Charity Registration No. 209642)
Zoe’s Journey UK Online Auction
Zoe’s Journey UK News & Events
Zoe’s Journey UK Community Page
Zoe’s Journey Twitter Handle – https://www.twitter.com/Zoejourney (Now over 600 followers)
Zoe’s Journey Web Page -
19th June 2001 – 2nd April 2016
Zoe lived a full and active life and passed away in her sleep from a stroke. A huge loss to Jayne May but what an inspiration she has been to the world of dogs. Her final major public experience was Crufts 2016, on the settee with Clare Balding, Steve Tasker and Jayne. She had a wonderful time there, being her usual cheeky self.
Fun Way Dog Training also supports:
Medical Detection Dogs
A wonderful charity which trains Medical Alert Assistance Dogs and also Cancer Detection Dogs.