Pets at Home Summer Fundraiser is underway

Posted by Matt Sadler

Pets at Home's summer fundraiser is underway, and a number of our incredible dogs have already been into stores to say thank you.
Hearing dog Fudge at a Pets at Home store
Hearing Dogs has been chosen as the beneficiary charity for a second year, and last year’s fundraiser raised over £630,000 - an incredible amount, which is already making a huge difference to the deaf people we help.
Until 30 July, Pets at Home will be raising funds in stores across the UK, in their distribution centres and offices, and online, which will help to support the training of life-changing hearing dogs.
This relationship with Pets at Home, a huge national retailer, is also a brilliant opportunity for us to raise awareness of Hearing Dogs with a big new audience.
All store colleagues will be wearing Hearing Dogs t-shirts and there will be Hearing Dogs branding on display around stores. We have also arranged for as many Hearing Dogs volunteers, pups-in-training and partnerships to visit stores during the month as possible.
Miniature poodle Pasha and cocker spaniel Lupin at Pets at Home stores
A big thank you to everyone getting involved - we know the stores love having you visit.
You can find out more information and donate online here.

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Hi everyone, I'm Matt and I look after the Charity's social media, blog and e-newsletter.

I spend a lot of my day talking about our hearing dog superstars - it's a hard life!

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