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An appeal by Galway based dog rescue and adoption group MADRA for €10,000 in funding from Galway City Council has got a positive reaction from councillors. The local authority is also to investigate the possibility of giving further financial aid to the organisation in the years ahead.
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The results are in; Irish dog lovers have raised a whopping €100,000 in cash and food donations for animal rescue centres across the country as part of the fifth annual Pedigree Adoption Drive, with €4,750 of this year’s grant being awarded to Ainmhithe Animal Rescue, Ballina; Mayo SPCA, Ballyhaunis; and North West SPCA, Ballina.
Now in the fifth year running, dog food brand Pedigree has launched its annual adoption drive. The Pedigree Adoption Drive continues to raise awareness of animal welfare and encourages Irish dog lovers to adopt a dog from their local shelter or welfare organisation. For every pack of Pedigree dog food bought, during the Pedigree Adoption Drive, a donation from Pedigree will be given to help Irish dogs. In Ireland, averages of 44 dogs are abandoned every single day.
Dog lovers will descend on the Black Box in Galway this weekend for Ireland’s only dog expo, in aid of Connemara-based rescue charity MADRA.
A dog walk in aid of The Carers Association will take place this Monday, April 25 to raise funds for family carers.
Walk off those Easter eggs and have a fun, family day out on Easter Monday, April 25, at the National Dog Walk in Athlone. The event is being held by Petmania to raise vital funds for The Carers Association’s work supporting voluntary family carers of loved ones who are elderly, seriously ill, people with disabilities, and children with special needs.
Following the success of Ireland’s first National Dog Walk, which raised €40,000 for The Carers Association last year, Petmania is asking dog owners to join them on Easter Monday, April 25, for this, the second annual event. The National Dog Walk will see walks starting from 13 of Petmania’s stores nationwide to raise vital funds for family carers. This year marks the first charity dog walk in Athlone with Petmania having opened its new store last year at Fernhill Garden Centre, Ballymahon Road.
The third annual Pedigree Adoption Drive has raised €4,000 for A Dogs Life in Co Kilkenny. Pedigree announced the success of the 2010 campaign in raising much needed funds for the care of homeless dogs in Ireland.
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