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MADRA has asked people not to support the puppy industry following the discovery of 16 dehydrated and malnourished pups near Athenry last week.
MADRA’s new mascot was unveiled to the public this week on the Salthill prom, in time for the dog charity’s 2018 ‘Paws on the Prom’ Dogathon, which takes place this Sunday at 1pm.
Musician Sharon Shannon is calling on dog lovers young and old to put their paws on the Salthill prom in aid of this year’s MADRA Dogathon.
A dog may be man’s best friend but the charity MADRA (Mutts Anonymous Dog Rescue and Adoption) is often a dog’s best friend here in the west of Ireland. Throughout the year MADRA finds new homes for hundreds of unwanted, neglected, abused, and abandoned dogs.
St Nicholas’ Parochial Primary School is a co-educational, multi-denominational, child-centred, school with a long tradition of serving the youth of Galway. It is centrally located in Woodquay (beside The Town Hall Theatre) and due to this central location, the pupils have the opportunity to attend many different educational events held in The Town Hall Theatre, Dubray Book Shop, The Black Box, Galway City Museum, Galway City Library, and many other interesting locations.
This Saturday an anonymous art exhibition and auction will be held in aid of local dog charity MADRA at Tribeton, Galway.
An anonymous art exhibition and auction will be held on November 26 at Tribeton. This exciting event will see the works of over 25 artists anonymously exhibited then auctioned off — only after the hammer comes down will the artist be revealed.
The third MADRA Dogathon takes place this Sunday (May 15) along the Salthill Promenade at 1pm. This fundraising dog walk is being organised to raise some much-needed funds for the Connemara-based dog rescue and adoption group MADRA.
St Joseph’s Community Centre in Shantalla, Galway will provide the venue for a Dog Adoption Day this Sunday, 6 March, from 11 - 2 pm.
Madra to get €20,000 as Flannery proposal sees city council commit to improving dog welfare in Galway
funding of up to €20,000 to local animal charity Madra to help it cope with the influx of stray and abandoned dogs in the city.