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Published on July 12, 2019 by Rachel Mattioni

National “Give Something Away Day” on 15th July is a fantastic opportunity to de-clutter at home and donate to a charity you love at the same time.

A charitable donation can go a long way. All of our centres hold events throughout the year, where donated items are sold to raise funds. Soft toys can be a wonderful prize in a Teddy Tombola, and a good condition dog bed would be perfect for a pet hamper in a raffle.


HULA Pomeranian Puppies
Published on July 09, 2019 by Alex Spurgeon

Last week, the team at our HULA centre arrived to work to something very upsetting. Four young and incredibly sick puppies had been abandoned at the gate with no information to help us determine their age or their symptoms.

The puppies were rushed to the vets where our worst fears were confirmed; all four puppies were suffering with Parvovirus. This is a highly contagious and often fatal disease that is common in poorly bred puppies.


Lulu
Published on July 04, 2019 by Rachel Mattioni

Meet Little Lulu, a very special girl with a lot of love to give.

Lulu was found wandering the streets; abandoned, alone and in an awful condition. Upon her rescue, her fur was totally matted, her skin was sore and she was covered in fleas. There was no choice but to remove all of the hair on her body.


Published on July 01, 2019 by Alex Spurgeon

Run past London’s most iconic landmarks, and take on the ASICS London 10k, on the 21st July.

Entries for the event have sold out, but you can still run for the homeless animals at NAWT!

Take on this inspiring event, with live bands, DJ’s and an amazing crowd cheering you on throughout. You’ll run down closed Regent Street, the Strand and Embankment, and will get the best view of the London eye.


Published on June 18, 2019 by Beth Pearson

Bingo is a ten-month-old Saluki cross that came into our care back in March. He's an affectionate boy with a larger than life character. 

He loves to jump around, be out and about exploring and going on an adventures.

Unfortunately afterhaving his routinely vet check at our Somerset centre, a birth deformity in his femur and hip socket was found.

In December last year he had to undergo an operation and it has been reccomended by our vet that Bingo needs hydrotherapy and physiotherapy, to help strengthen and build up his muscle.


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