Welcome to K9MD
It is widely acknowledged that early detection greatly enhances the chance of a patient's survival. K9 Medical Detection NZ aims to increase the rate of early detection.
K9 Medical Detection New Zealand Charitable Trust's mission is to improve the health of all New Zealander's by using specially trained dogs working in a controlled clinical environment to assist in the detection of cancer and other diseases. To create a simple diagnostic urine test as a value added tool in the fight against cancer.
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We could not exist without the support of the community. A massive thanks to the Rotary Club of Taieri …
Police gift detector puppy to K9MD
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Hero joins K9MD Canine Team
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How amazing are the people and dogs involved with K9 Medical Detection NZ!
Seeing these dogs at work is something special – they love what they do and they are super heroes at detecting the smells that they need to.
I fully support Pauline and her team and hope for the sake of all New Zealanders that this becomes a form of early detection for cancer in the future.
Sir Richard Taylor
Most New Zealanders have in some way been affected by the tragic impact of cancer. Weta Workshop is no exception. We have had friends and colleagues endure long periods of treatment and rehabilitation, and we have lost people. The K9MD team are making inroads into early detection. Their hard work is worthy of our support. To know that a dog's superior sense of smell may play a crucial role in the future health of all New Zealanders is truly remarkable.
Kia Ora Guys,
A couple of years ago I saw a piece on TV about a dog in the U.S. that alerted his owner to a cancer condition that she knew nothing about. I was amazed. The dog was able to smell an imbalance in the owner that probably saved her life. This can be a reality in Aotearoa and I am fully behind supporting this exciting initiative.
Watch this space.