We don’t like thinking about preparing for potential emergencies, or separation from our beloved pets, but in the event, we want to know that they will be safe and taken care of.
Here’s a simple and useful, wallet-sized card that enables reliable contacts to be informed, with key information about your pets.
For just a £1 donation and a stamp, please send a stamped, self addressed envelope to:
PDWRA ICE Cards, 31 Hardwick Lane, Buckden, St. Neots, Cambs, PE19 5UN.
Please note that this is the correct address.
You may also use Paypal (friends & family option): Paypal.me/pugdogwelfare with reference: ICE CARDS.
Please include a note confirming the transaction code or written on the back of your SAE.
My wife and I collected him from John and Sylvia in Sheffield many years ago. We think he was about 18 years old.
Enormous thanks goes to our magnificent Mega Auction team of volunteers, Rachel, Lorraine and Pauline.
They have achieved this staggering total this year from holding their year-round auction of donated items and crafts, to running the Mini Agility course at the Paws In The Park outdoor weekend event, (sadly so many others cancelled this year), to raffles of branded luxury items, plus many more donations and sponsored activities from our supporters, all for pugs in need.
Against that, is our ongoing, challenging vet bill. However, our motto is “no pug waits” hence all fundraising is vital towards their healthcare. PDWRA is wholly run by volunteers.
If you’d like to donate, even £5 would help, via http://Paypal.me/pugdogwelfare
Please reference “Vet Bill” using “Friends & Family”
Or you could join our Mega Auction group on facebook at PDWRA Mega Auction for Pugs In Need:
Charlie is a lively 3 year old, who was surrendered to us ultimately due to his Mum’s increasing working hours, which meant that she was unable to give the supervision and attention that Charlie needed. He was quite a demanding boy who enjoyed being the centre of attention, was very reactive to noises or people and would try to bolt whenever the front door opened! Unfortunately, he also became irritating to their other dog, such that they eventually needed to be kept separated.
We placed Charlie with an experienced fosterer who put him through the necessary training to reform from being the pug equivalent of Houdini, to soon learning not to jump on tables and work surfaces or dashing out of the front door at the first opportunity. He was ready to go to his new forever home, where he’s now having a great life by the seaside.
This message is from Charlie’s new Mum:
“Firstly, we would like to thank PDWRA for giving us the opportunity to have Charlie in our lives. He bounced into our hearts 5 weeks ago and he hasn’t stopped bouncing! He is such a wonderful little character and has made our home feel whole again. We have learnt that he loves his food, his walks, stealing toys so that boys will chase him, and cuddles. He loves racing around the garden barking at anything that flies over from aeroplanes to birds and even butterflies. His snores are the loudest we have ever heard. He has settled in really well and I think if he could speak, he would say he is happy!”
We think he looks happy in these photos, too!