Our new South West Area is now up and running, covering the counties of Avon, Somerset, Devon and Cornwall. We welcome Jane, Maureen and all the other volunteers to our rehoming team. Please see our Surrendering Your Pug page for our new Area map giving details of the counties in each of our 9 Areas, and for contact telephone numbers should you need or wish to surrender your pug.
2017 has been the busiest year for PDWRA Trustees and volunteers to date. As of today we have had 137 pugs through our rehoming system.
The sad reality is that many of the pugs surrendered to PDWRA require veterinary care to treat one or often multiple conditions.
Thank you for your continuing support, it has never been more essential.
We need your help!
Are you a budding Nadia Hussain, or Jamie Oliver? Could you give Nigella a run for her money? Do you love cooking? Or do you simply have a favourite recipe that you would love to share?
We are compiling a simple recipe book of favourite recipes, contributed by people everywhere, to be sold in aid of PDWRA. All recipes are welcome, whether for starters, soups, main courses, desserts, cakes – and everything in between… and of course, there will be a section of recipes for dogs!
Please contribute your recipes. If you would prefer not to have your name printed alongside your recipe, please say so. Otherwise, this is your opportunity to be published!
Recipes should be sent to Charlotte Hill at Recipes4Rescue@nulloutlook.com
Karen and her family sadly lost their beautiful black pug Winston to liver cancer on 28 December 2016. In his memory they held a fundraiser on Good Friday, and donated £75.00 to PDWRA to help us continue our work in Winston’s name. They had a raffle, a buffet and the children each presented a speech to the guests. A montage of the afternoon and a copy of the children’s speeches are pictured below. Tilly aged 11 wrote the top one and Alfie aged 12 wrote the bottom one.
The PDWRA Trustees send grateful thanks to Karen and her family for supporting our Charity.