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Health Committee

Chairman and Breed Health Co-Ordinator 

Miss Liz Branscombe (Tel: 01525 405884)

or email : [email protected]

Mrs. J. Alexander BVet Med Cert BA, MRCVS (click here to email) – Veterinary Advisor

Liz Branscombe RVN, Dip AVN (Surgical) – 01525 405884 

Tamsin Swain RVN Cert SAN – 01707 894173  

Victoria Goldberg (Stibbe-Willis) – 0116 240 2043
Mrs Tracey Gale 07855 661835

The Society are extremely proud to announce that Liz Branscombe was named as The Kennel Clubs’ Breed Health Co-ordination of the year (2016).   Thank you everyone who voted, a fantastic achievement not just for Liz but the Society too.



Health Strategy

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Health Forms

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Cause of Death Register

The Cause of Death Register on the “More Health Matters” page has been updated. 


Health Information

The Health Sub-Committee was formed to monitor the health status of the Flatcoated Retriever, offer advice and general support to members and non-members in times of crisis and at all times to maintain strict confidentiality.  However, the Society asks everyone to appreciate that although any advice is given in good faith, neither they nor the Representative concerned can be held legally responsible.

The Brenda Phillips Memorial Health Fund