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Do you know a large, happy and confident dog who could be a lifesaver?

Milton Keynes Veterinary Group
Pet Blood Bank need your help to build our lifesaving community and continue collecting blood, to help all the dogs who need a transfusion. As Pet Blood Bank can now welcome new donors to join their lifesaving pack, they are looking for anyone with a large, happy and confident dog, who loves meeting new people and enjoys new experiences to come along to our donation sessions. Owners do still need to wait outside while the dogs come in, which is why they are especially looking for confident dogs who will be happy with their staff (and receive plenty of treats, fuss, and attention!).

To become a blood donor, dogs need to be:

  • Fit and healthy
  • Between 1 and 8 years old
  • Weigh over 25kg
  • Be confident and happy meeting new people and in new environments

Visit https://www.petbloodbankuk.org/pet-owners/dog-blood-donation/can-your-dog-donate-blood/ for more information on your pet being a donor.
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Pet Blood Bank Session – Saturday 1st August

Milton Keynes Veterinary Group
We are holding our next Pet Blood Bank Doggy Donation Session at our Stoke Road surgery on Saturday 1st August.

The Pet Blood Bank are welcoming new donors and would particularly like the breeds listed.

Dogs on this list tend to be Negative blood type and this type is high in demand because it can be given to any dog in an emergency.

Do you have one of these breeds?

https://www.petbloodbankuk.org/…/canine-do…/dog-blood-types/

Please give us a call on 01908 397777 if you think your hound could be a hero

https://www.petbloodbankuk.org/…/canine-don…/donor-criteria/
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Can you help the Pet Blood Bank?

Milton Keynes Veterinary Group
We work very closely with Pet Blood Bank holding Pet Blood Donation sessions at our Stoke Road branch throughout the year.

The Pet Blood Bank are trying to raise money for a new van. This van is really needed to keep the Pet Blood Bank on the road and carry out the amazing work that they do to help save so many canines lives.

If you are able to help, then please use the link – https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/PBBvanappeal

Thank you
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Happy World Donor Day

Yesterday we celebrated World Blood Donor Day and our absolutely amazing blood donors.

We just want to thank them all and their humans for doing such a wonderful thing.

We have our amazing doggy donors who regularly donate to the Pet Blood Bank and also some fantastic feline donors who are always there when we need them!

The Pet Blood Bank made this lovely video from clips sent by owners of their wonderful doggy donors.

We would love to see pictures or videos of your happy heroes.

Happy World Blood Donor Day Everyone – You are amazing.
These may look like regular dogs… | World Blood Donor Day 2020

Happy World Blood Donor Day! 🩸 Today we’re celebrating World Blood Donor Day by saying a huge thank you to all of you and your wonderful dogs who donate blood! 🐶 You really do make such a huge difference. These are just some of the fantastic dogs who donate. They may look like regular dogs, running around and enjoying life, but these dogs have also helped to save lives 👏Could your dog be a lifesaver too? We are particularly appealing to certain breeds of dog who are more likely to have negative blood type to come forward as donors to help us. These breeds include Airedale Terriers, American Bulldogs, Border Collies, Boxers, Dobermans, Dogue de Bordeaux, English Bull Terriers, Flat Coated Retrievers, German Shepherds, Greyhounds, Lurchers, Old English Sheepdogs, Pointers, and Weimaraners. Dogs also need to weigh over 25kg, be between 1 and 8 years old, and be fit and healthy.To find our more and register your dog as a lifesaver, please visit our website www.petbloodbankuk.org. We’d also be so grateful if you shared this post to help us spread the word. Thank you ❤️

Posted by Pet Blood Bank UK on Friday, 12 June 2020
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