A recent Fun Day at the Animal Therapy Centre in Moulton College has raised over £500 for the charity, Medical Detection Dogs.
The event, which took place on Sunday 22nd September saw families across Northamptonshire invited to find out more about the importance of the centre, as well as enjoying a range of fun activities. A variety of stalls selling pet supplies, animal inspired ornaments and delicious homemade cakes were also set up to support the event.
The Animal Therapy Centre houses the widest range of hydrotherapy facilities in Northamptonshire and provides expert treatments for dogs across the county, including dog grooming and physiotherapy. The centre also offers valuable training to students on Animal Welfare courses at Moulton College.
Sarah Bennet, Practice Manager at the Animal Therapy Centre said:
“The centre is such a huge part of the local community, and it’s something we want to shout about. We have fantastic facilities on site to cater for all sorts of dog related concerns, and we’re always willing to support any dogs who are in need of treatment.”
“With wonderful charities such as Medical Detection Dogs doing a great job at saving lives, we hope that our centre gives the dog community something back too’.
Medical Detection Dogs is a charity based in Milton Keynes. The charity trains dogs to detect the odour of human disease. For further information about this charity click here.
Gemma Butlin from Medical Detection Dogs said:
“Medical Detection Dogs is very grateful for the support of organisations like Animal Therapy Centre as we receive no government funding and every penny helps us save and change lives”
To find out more about Moulton College’s Animal Therapy Centre, click here.