Daycare Dogs Sharing The Woof For Charity
An excited group of dogs in Manchester have made this Valentine’s Day an extra special occasion by taking part in a ‘Puppy Love Pawty’ to raise money for a cause close to many. The Doggy House, a 5* licensed dog daycare in Altrincham, organised the event to support the Silver Fox Dog Rescue; a charity organisation which re-homes abused dogs and puppies.
Earlier today, the 9000 square foot daycare centre was transformed into a party zone, where dogs could create their very own Valentine’s Day card to give to their best friend back home, and take ‘puparazzi’ shots at the cheeky kissing booth before chowing down on plenty of love heart doggy treats. The festivities were finished off with a ‘pawer ballads’ disco which saw the energetic bunch shaking their tails to lights, music and tasty bacon bubbles.
All customers of The Doggy House whose furry friends took part in the event kindly donated £2 to the cause, with all proceeds from the day going directly to helping the Silver Fox Dog Rescue to continue with their important work.
“Our love for dogs is everything, and what better way to raise funds for dogs needing homes than to get our own daycare dogs involved and show what the power of love can really do,” say husband and wife team, Nat and Rebekah Taylor. “We’re proud to support the Silver Fox Dog Rescue, which is an organisation very dear to us. A few of our daycare dogs are only with us today because of the enormous effort the charity puts in to finding safe and caring forever homes for homeless animals. They are such a dedicated team of volunteers and we are pleased to help them in any way we can.”
The Silver Fox Dog Rescue finds foster homes and forever homes for dogs from the UK, Europe, and China who have been abused, abandoned or are unable to remain in their homes due to a change in circumstances. Taking every effort to avoid kennels, the organisation strives to keep rescue dogs with caring families, where they can be fully assessed around adults, children, cats and other dogs before finding their match. All dogs are spayed or neutered, vaccinated and microchipped before going to their new families.
Rescuing, fostering, neutering, vaccinating, and microchipping dogs can be costly for the registered charity, which is why The Doggy House team is keen to assist however they can. All dogs who enjoyed the special Valentine’s Day event today are regular visitors to the daycare centre; a ‘nursery’ for dogs. The daycare provides dogs with exercise, socialisation, companionship, canine enrichment, love, care and attention. The venue features five spacious play areas and an on-site grooming salon, which was today transformed into a Valentine’s hotspot filled with love and affection.
To find out more about The Doggy House, visit the-doggy-house.co.uk
The Doggy House has been offering first-class professional doggy day care and puppy day care since 2013. There is also an on-site dog store providing the very best natural dog treats, foods, toys and accessories.
The Doggy House is owned and operated by Nat and Rebekah, a husband and wife team with a lifetime of animal care experience behind them, as well as a host of canine-related qualifications. The Doggy House offers a safe environment for dogs to play and socialise, where they can explore and participate in canine enrichment activities, giving them plenty of exercise while they learn important skills and have great fun at the same time.
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