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Every year vet charity PDSA helps the UK's fattest pets battle the bulge in a six-month diet and exercise challenge, specially tailored and overseen by its vets and nurses, with pets who lose the most percentage body weight declared winners.
The veterinary team at PDSA faced a "race against time" to find the cause of his sudden and life-threatening illness.
Treatment was free, and to continue operating as a charity the PDSA had to rely on donations and gifts.
PDSA is owned in majority by the Government of Djibouti and its CEO is the Chairman of the Ports and Free Zones Authority of Djibouti.
The High Court has further prohibited PDSA from removing directors of the Doraleh Container Terminal (DCT) joint venture company who were appointed by DP World pursuant to that agreement.
During the Second World War, the PDSA clinic - then in Netherfield Road - was badly damaged and it was not until 1956 that the charity was able to resume its work, this time from Upper Parliament Street.
Winning entries will be chosen by celebrity vet and PDSA supporter, Steve Leonard.
The PDSA has two pet hospitals in Birmingham, treating over 200 animals daily.
The veterinary nursing student has been volunteering in PDSA's Newcastle Pet Hospital for the past 12 months and dedicates three days a week to helping the charity's vets and nurses treat sick and injured pets.
Jan McLouglin, PDSA director general, presented Quita's trophy at the Holton Road store.
We've just received exciting news that players have raised another PS50,000 to support the work of PDSA, bringing the total raised for us in less than a year to an incredible PS600,000.
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