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Amazon Smile

Support The Pug Dog Welfare & Rescue Association by starting your shopping at https://smile.amazon.co.uk/ch/276067-0

So now you can help support the charity whenever you buy something through Amazon.

To nominate PDWRA as your chosen charity for Amazon Smile all you have to do is go to the website, search for The Pug Dog Welfare & Rescue Association and click select. It’s very easy to do, minimal effort and Amazon will donate a small percentage to the charity with every purchase.

Make sure to always do your shopping with Amazon through the link below:

➡  smile.amazon.co.uk  

💚 PDWRA 2019 CALENDARS NOW AVAILABLE 💚

Don’t forget to order your 2019 PDWRA Calendar from the PDWRA shop! The calendar features many of our wonderful PDWRA rescue pugs and every purchase made on the PDWRA shop goes towards helping us to help and rescue more pugs!

It also makes a perfect stocking filler for any pug lover if you’re organised and preparing for Christmas already!

 http://pugwelfare-rescue.org.uk/product/pdwra-calendar-2019/ 

💚 THANK YOU 💚

To all of the hard work that has gone into all of the organised walks and fund raising events this year so far to celebrate PDWRA’s 45th Anniversary Year.

What a busy year it is proving to be too so your donations and support are so appreciated and will go a long way towards helping our pugs in need and the pugs that continue to need our help every day.

We still have more announcements to make but these are some of the amazing totals raised so far! Every penny helps!

💚 Kelly Ash – £30
💚 SNORKIES – £59
💚 Fife pug meet up – £400
💚 Cheshire Pug Meet Up – £128.50
💚 Northern Short Noses – £120
💚 Cornwall Pug Meet – £754.50
💚 Pug Grumble Club Dorset & SW – £50.65
💚 South Staffs Pug Group – £50
💚 Rachel Hodges & Finn – £114
💚 Aberdeen City & Shire Pug Meet Up – £200
💚 Bedford Borough Pugs, Bucks Pugs, Cambridge Pugs, Northants Pugs & North Herts Pugs – £1,370.25
💚 Wokingham Pugs – £405.50
💚 Andover Group Garden Party – £150
💚 Lorraine Callaghan – £725

Limited edition PDWRA clothing!

PDWRA have joined forces with Teemill to launch our very first line of PDWRA branded clothing! 

CLICK HERE to view our range of limited edition 45th Anniversary clothing!

PDWRA earns a percentage of the sale price for each item, so every item purchased goes towards helping our rescue pugs.

Take a snap of yourself in your PDWRA clothing and tag us on Instagram at @PDWRA or using the hashtag #pdwrawearitwithpride

 

We need homes for pairs of pugs!

PDWRA is currently receiving an increasing number of requests to find new homes for pugs that need rehoming together.

ROLLO & BELLA

 

We never separate a bonded pair of pugs.  Could you offer a special home to a pair of pugs?

Owning more than one pug can bring so much joy and happiness to a home, but should not be undertaken without careful thought and consideration. Double the joy means double the expense.

Applicants must be able to provide adequate insurance for the pugs. Pre-existing medical conditions will normally be covered by PDWRA during the lifetime of the pugs.

B & S

 

 

“Totally inseparable”

 

 

P & P

 

 

“Adopted over 2 years ago at the ages of 6 and 7”

 

D & L 2

 

 

 

“Adopted earlier this year at the ages of 8 and 9.  They’re like chalk and cheese but bring double the fun, twice the love and definitely have the biggest hold over my heart”

 

HOLLIE B

 

 

“Such great boys. The best decision I made to adopt this bonded pair”.

 

 

A & B

 

 

“With us for almost a year now.  It’s been an eye-opener but we wouldn’t change it for the world!  They give us so much love and we hope we’ve made them happy too!”

 

 

 

F & H

 

“Two Golden Oldies who have brought so much joy into our lives.  They were 10 years old when we adopted them, and are the best pets we’ve ever had”

 

If you feel you are able to offer a special home to a pair of pugs then CLICK HERE to apply to adopt online and fill out our online application form.

Alternatively, please follow the link below to download, complete and return an adoption application form via post.

Please clearly mark your application “Perfect Pairs”.

Download the Pug Dog Adoption Form [PDF]

Once you have downloaded the form, please print it out and return it to the address at the bottom of the form.

 

PDWRA’s President – Wendy Tudor-Morgan

 

Many of you may know Wendy Tudor-Morgan, PDWRA’s President and a friend to many!

Wendy has decided to take off her President’s hat and retire from her work here at PDWRA. All of us here will miss her, although Wendy will always help and support Pug Welfare, and we hope that she will enjoy her well earned retirement from rescue!

Wendy first became involved with Pug Welfare in the early 2000s and became a trustee in 2008. Wendy served as chairman of PDWRA in 2011 and following from that became our president. Wendy adored her PDWRA rescues; Holly, Bolli and love of her life, Billy (pictured).

A very special lady and we wish her all the best 💐

Alison Mount has become PDWRA’s new President.

Important notice for our Friends of Welfare members!

Hello to all our Friends Of Welfare!

You will have received your Summer newsletter by now and noticed that we have asked you to complete a slip so that we comply with the new General Data Protection Regulations.

Please either post your slip back to me to:

PDWRA Secretary
21 Ullswater Close, Swindon, SN3 6LH.

Or you can scan and email it to me at
secretary@nullpugwelfare-rescue.org.uk

Please note that if you have volunteered to help us, you may also be contacted by one of Area Coordinators who are:

Emma Coutts – Scotland
Jacqui Robinson – Northern Ireland
Jackie Ward & Jo Smith – North
Andrea Slater & Kelly Rawlins – Central
Dee Keane – East Midlands
Faye Burke & Clare Butler – East Anglia
Yasmin Tompkins & Natalie Cerrone – South
Deb Lunnon & Paula Parke – South East
Jane Macallister & Maureen Lee – West & Wales

If anyone has any questions, please email me as above or call 01793 614143.

Many thanks

Lynne Kellow
PDWRA Secretary

PDWRA’s Mega Auction!

 PDWRA MEGA AUCTION NOW OPEN! 

 Head over to our PDWRA Mega Auction as we have so many amazing items being auctioned, raffled and prizes to be won! 

 https://www.facebook.com/groups/242845766241493/ 

You don’t want to miss out on the unique and wonderful ‘Pugamons’ and lots of fun and games all to raise money for PDWRA.

If you have something you’d like to auction or raffle yourself please do join the group and help our cause!

Reminder for PDWRA Adopters/Fosterers

Reminder For PDWRA Adopters/Fosterers

Please send any prescriptions that PDWRA normally cover to me either email secretary@nullpugwelfare-rescue.org.uk or post to Lynne Kellow, PDWRA Secretary, 21 Ullswater Close, Swindon. SN3 6LH.

Please allow plenty of time for your order to be placed and delivered.

many thanks

Lynne Kellow
PDWRA Secretary

Raising money for PDWRA with Rhian White Photography

Rhian White one of our loyal supporters and a PDWRA rescue pug owner is kindly offering to donate 10% of the costs of her photo shoots to PDWRA! Info below:

Rhian is a specialist outdoor dog photographer covering the South East of the UK and if you book a shoot or buy a gift voucher with her she will donate 10% of the shoot fee to PDWRA. Watch this video for examples of her Pug pictures.

Visit her website www.rhianwhitephotography.co.uk and use this code ‘PDWRADONATE10’ and she will donate 10% of any order to PDWRA. Follow her on facebook and Instagram Rhian White Photography for the latest Puggie pictures…

Thank you Rhian for your support!

Easy Fundraising – Help PDWRA while you shop!

Did you know that whenever you buy anything online – from your weekly shop to your annual holiday – you could be raising a free donation for The Pug Dog Welfare & Rescue Association?

There are over 3,300 retailers including Amazon, John Lewis, Aviva, thetrainline and Sainsbury’s, ready to give a free donation to The Pug Dog Welfare & Rescue Association every time you shop online through easyfundraising.

It’s really simple, and doesn’t cost you anything!

All you have to do is:
Go to: https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/pdwra/

Join the cause and choose from over 3,300 retailers as you do your online shopping as normal and our cause will receive a free donation at no extra cost to you for every purchase you make.

Changes to the PDWRA team!

 

Following our AGM on Sunday we have some changes to the PDWRA team to announce!
Our Chairman Alison Mount has stepped down as chair and remains a PDWRA trustee. Alison will continue to manage the PDWRA newsletter, shop and represent PDWRA on the health committee. We all thank Alison for her years of dedication and hard work and we are delighted that she remains very much a valued member of the PDWRA team. We welcome Robin Coulter our treasurer as our new chairman for PDWRA and we know he will do a fantastic job!

Our Secretary Janet Thomson is also taking her well earnt retirement and has now been appointed as a Vice President. Our most grateful thanks to Janet who has done a wonderful job and has worked very hard over the years to keep up with an increasingly demanding position as our charity has grown. We welcome Lynne Kellow our fundraiser as our new secretary and we know she will do a fantastic job too!

We have also appointed three new trustees; Lynne Kellow our new secretary, Jane McAllister who coordinates rehoming for the South West and Wales and Charlotte Hill who is a welcomed addition to our board as an acting solicitor.

We will also be saying goodbye to Debbie Symes who has done a fabulous job coordinating rehoming for the East region and our most grateful thanks to Debbie for all of the hard work she has put in – which has included fostering many PDWRA rescue pugs over the years now happily adopted with her help.

All PDWRA team members give their time generously and freely usually alongside their own jobs, families, pugs and other commitments. We certainly could not do what we do without all of the hard work of our team members past and present and all of our supporters and volunteers. So sincere thanks to everyone involved and here’s to another year of rescuing and rehoming pugs!