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The National Animal Welfare Trust has been in operation for more than 40 years. In addition to its rescue and rehoming work, the Trust is there to offer guidance and advice to pet owners, and occasionally, lend a voice to the domestic pet on its place in modern society.

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You can read all our latest press releases below:

19th February, 2015
Rescue and rehoming charity National Animal Welfare Trust has appointed four new trustees to its board.The trustees bring an important range of skills – from campaigning to veterinary experience - to complement the existing board.Speaking of the appointment Chief Executive Clare Williams said: “The...

30th June, 2014
***To view a social media-ready version of this release plesae click on this link***Rescue and rehoming charity the National Animal Welfare Trust is supporting the Royal Mail/CWU’s Dog Awareness Week by highlighting the recent changes to the Dangerous Dogs Act and how it affects all dog owners.

9th May, 2014
How you manage your dog when strangers come to your door needs to be a top priority in order to stay on the right side of the law when the new Dangerous Dogs Act comes into force on Tuesday, May 13. This advice is just one of several points covered in a new free fact sheet published by the rescue...

15th April, 2014
The National Animal Welfare Trust has become the first rescue and rehoming charity to join an innovative community-based scheme offering support to owners experiencing bereavement.

27th November, 2013
Animal rescue and rehoming charity the National Animal Welfare Trust (NAWT) is asking pet owners to consider making plans for their pets care before the winter weather starts.

18th October, 2013
Rescue and rehoming charity the National Animal Welfare Trust (NAWT), is offering advice on how to plan ahead and keep pets safe and less stressed through this year’s Guy Fawkes and Diwali celebrations.

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