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Published on January 12, 2021 by James Lindsay

This year NAWT is celebrating its 50th Anniversary and we want you to come on a journey down memory lane with us! Each month we’ll be bringing you a special blog that looks at various topics that have impacted animal welfare over the past 50 years.

Keep an eye out on the website each month for the latest ’50 years of…’ post! For this month, we have gone back through the decades and explored popular pet names. 


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Published on January 06, 2021 by James Lindsay

There is a sinister side effect to the coronavirus pandemic, which is the stuff of nightmares for 24% of the UK population*. Dog theft has spiralled out of control.

According to a Pets4Homes Industry Report, at the peak in May 2020, demand for pets soared to 104% above 2019 levels.


Published on December 16, 2020 by Alex Spurgeon

News of the government’s £300 million emergency Sports Winter Package in spectator sports has been met with howls of disappointment by the dog rescue sector.

This is because among the benefactors will be greyhound racing.  


Published on November 27, 2020 by Alex Spurgeon

In a scary year that has been isolating and lonely for many people, the companionship offered to us by our pets has become highlighted and celebrated. That’s why this year, as part of our Big Give Christmas Challenge appeal where all donations will be doubled, we are raising money to pay back the debt we owe these loyal, caring and faithful companions.

Never before have so many of us collectively felt the benefits that pets can bring to our physical and mental wellbeing.


Published on November 25, 2020 by Alex Spurgeon

In a scary year that has been both isolating and lonely for so many people, the companionship offered to us by our pets has become increasingly highlighted and celebrated.

This year, as part of our Big Give Christmas Challenge appeal where all donations will be doubled, we are raising money to pay back the debt we owe to these loyal, caring and faithful companions.

Never before have so many of us collectively felt the benefits that pets can bring to our physical and mental wellbeing.


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