" Tiger Trusts"

This Valentines Day…Puppy Love


“We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.” Winston Churchill

This Valentines Day,  give a little to dogs & puppies that need your love .

My dog Tiger, was given to me as present on Valentines day 4 years ago.

He had been an unwanted christmas present for someone and so we adopted him from a charity dog home.


Since then I have been helping other dogs that need rescuing by sponsoring or working with Charities that volunteer to help animals. So, I wanted to share something I do, especially on Valentines day when lots of puppies & gifts are bought. Helping an animal is honestly one of the kindest and special things a person can do.


I care so much about them and  by raising awareness we can help these amazing volunteers and charities, to rescue and find new homes for dogs.


All Dogs Matter Charity



A Charity I love is  All Dogs Matter which is a voluntary dog rescue Charity based in London & Norfolk.

They are so passionate about their animals and their aim is to rescue and rehome dogs in and around London/Norfolk /surrounding areas. The dogs are strays or healthy dogs from pounds that would have been put down or simply dogs whose owners no longer want to keep them.

ALL DOGS MATTER pair each dog with a  new owner for it, ensuring that it will be safe, cared for and loved for the rest of its life.

You can sponsor a dog for your loved ones and this is how your donations can help towards the cost of kennelling:

Just £5 per month will pay toward heating & electricity in the kennels,

£10.00 per month will cover one nights boarding for a dog & its food.

Anything more will help the charity to FIND, RESCUE and RE HOME more dogs & contribute towards veterinary treatments such as vaccinations, neutering & microchipping.

 Please help dogs that need new homes by giving a gift on Valentines day..
These special dogs are available for rehoming but only to a good FOREVER home.
Valentine Dog Walk 
Have a very special Valentines Day!
Elle ♡ 
“You can judge a man’s true character by the way he treats his fellow animals.”
Paul McCartney



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