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"The smallest act of kindness is more than the grandest intention," said Oscar Wilde, and with that in mind, Galway charity MADRA Dog Rescue is asking the public to consider leaving a gift to the charity in their will.
Actress Pauline McLynn will be honoured at the MADRA Paws on the Prom Dogathon taking place this weekend.
Television personality and veterinarian, Dr Pete Wedderburn – known at Pete the Vet – is calling on Galway dog lovers to support MADRA’s upcoming Paws on the Prom Dogathon event.
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.
MADRA currently has more than 100 dogs looking for new homes due to the continued growth in the number of stray and surrender dogs coming into its care.
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.
Get ready for the Doggy Dash 5k in aid of MADRA — Next Sunday week, on October 9, the first ever MADRA 5k will take place at Cappagh Park, Knocknacarra. The event is open to everyone with the aim of encouraging social running in a fun, friendly setting, welcoming both seasoned runners as well as beginners and walkers. The 5k route which takes you around the Cappagh Park playing fields and through parts of scenic Barna Woods is flat and fast so is perfect for first timers and is also a great PB opportunity for the more seasoned runner.