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Hannah Capon

Hannah Capon is crowdfunding

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£9,385
raised of £20,000 target by 391 supporters

Weʼre raising £20,000 to build a new informative website and further education resources for owners of arthritic dogs.

Shoreham-by-Sea, UK

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Welcome to the Just Giving page where you can donate and support the Canine Arthritis Management continue their mission.

CAM is a self funded enterprise. Originally extensively funded by our Hannah, our founder; CAM now relies on donations from the public that they support.

CAM has become an unstoppable force supporting owners around the globe, as well as training the professionals that treat their dogs.

CAM has so much more planned. A new website, more owner focused tools and education, continued and expanded online support services to name just a few things within our sights!

"We believe that changing owner, vet and public perception of how to diagnose and treat pain in animals will lead to improved and extended lives for animals and their owners.

The CAM team, the CAMbassadors and the CAM followers have one thing in mind - to change the lives of dogs and their owners!

Project 2021

CAM is working hard behind closed doors to build the best all singing all dancing website and further focused resources for owners of arthritic dogs.

We have learnt a lot since the original website was built in 2016, and many new approaches, innovations, products, and therapeutics now exist. We are desperate to tell you guys about it via a swanky new website!

We are looking to raise £10000 to build the site of our dreams - please support us hitting that target!

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  • Hannah Capon3 months ago
    Hannah Capon

    Hannah Capon

    3 months ago

    Good afternoon lovely followers! We have been very quiet over the last few months keeping our heads above water with work and Covid! But we are back and excited about our website and online resources rebuild!! We look forward to hearing how CAM has helped you!! xxx

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Page last updated on: 3/2/2021 18.23

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391

  • Elena Papazoglou

    Elena Papazoglou

    Mar 2, 2021

    In memory of my darling Billy who was helped so much by all the advice and ideas I came across through CAM. What a wonderful thing you are doing. May you carry on going from strength to strength

    £250.00

  • Faye and Pippy

    Faye and Pippy

    Mar 1, 2021

    £25.00

  • Rebecca Smith

    Rebecca Smith

    Mar 1, 2021

    Keep up the hard work! The information available from CAM is invaluable both personally in helping with my own arthritic dog but also on a professional level as a veterinary nurse.

    £10.00

  • Katy Ashworth

    Katy Ashworth

    Feb 24, 2021

    A bit more for the half marathon - from Eddie’s day care, Ross Lyne Kennels.

    £12.00

  • Katy Ashworth

    Katy Ashworth

    Feb 18, 2021

    30 more pounds from my half marathon - thank you CAM for all you do xx

    £30.00

  • Steph

    Steph

    Feb 17, 2021

    Donated in memory of Bailey - who lived a fantastic life, but sadly lost his battle last month aged 17. CAM and it’s info was a large part of keeping him comfortable for the last months.

    £30.00

  • Katy Ashworth

    Katy Ashworth

    Feb 7, 2021

    Fundraising money from Katy Ashworth’s half marathon. Thank you CAM for all that you do . You are amazing 😊 Hope this helps x

    £600.00

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Hannah Capon

Hannah Capon

Shoreham-by-Sea, UK

Hannah Capon MA Vet MB MRCVS, winner of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Impact Award 2020, the 2019 CEVA Welfare Awards Vet of the Year, and finalist in the 2019 Petplan Vet of the Year. Recognised for her tireless work on Canine Arthritis Management.

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