Pets at Home Summer Fundraiser raises £650,000

Posted by Matt Sadler

We are so excited to reveal that Pets at Home's summer fundraiser has raised a remarkable £650,000!
Thank you so much to Pets At Home Foundation and to Pets at Home for their continued support. Over the last two years, they have raised an incredible £1 million for Hearing Dogs and we are so grateful.

The funds raised will support the training of more hearing dog puppies, who will learn the skills to transform the lives of deaf people.
Thank you also to all Pets at Home colleagues, who have done such a brilliant job highlighting the work that we do and thank you to everyone who has donated to the fundraiser or bought Hearing Dogs merchandise when in a store.
One more very important thank you must go to our volunteers, supporters, and amazing dogs, who have visited their local stores to talk about the Charity and to say thanks.
We know Pets at Home colleagues have loved meeting so many of you and having you there has played such an important part in the success of the fundraiser.

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