The Pup Aid 2017 fun dog show, raising awareness about the cruel practice of puppy farming, will be held on 2nd September in Primrose Hill.
GOAT Chelsea Italian restaurant is organising its annual Doggy Party to raise funds for The Dogs Trust.
The party will include a dog-themed welcome cocktail and doggy treats from Lily’s Kitchen, a raffle and lucky dip to be entered with prizes to be won. There will also be an opportunity to enter your fluff ball into their Top Dog competition with a chance to win a sumptuous 3 course dinner for two at GOAT.
RSVP on Instagram with a picture of your dog and #DTGOAT
Tickets are £20 with 50% of the proceeds going directly to the Dogs Trust.
Three years ago, Cara Thurlbourn and her husband adopted big ears lurcher Molly from a rehoming centre in Ireland. Since then, Cara was overwhelmed by the love Molly brought in their lives, so she thought to try and raise awareness about rescue dogs.
She decided to write a children’s book that would tell the story of lonely dog who goes on hunt for a family that would love her as she is, and to donate part of the profits from the book to dog charities.
Christmas time has finally come. Regent’s street lights are on, Harrod’s and Selfridges’s windows are decorated, shops have all christmassy bric-a-brac that you can possibly imagine. This also means that it is time to start looking for presents. And what best way to do it than finding some awesome products which also give back? Being passionate about dogs, of course you can go for the ones supporting a dog charity.
Three brands which give part of their profits from certain collections to dog charities caught my attention. I am sure that you will gain some good ideas for your Christmas shopping from this post, just as I did!