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Julie's sponsored head shave for Animal Helpline

I am having my head shaved by Greg of The End for Animal Helpline because I want to raise both funds and awareness

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Animal Helpline

We rescue unwanted dogs to find loving new homes for them

Charity Registration No. 1151287

Story

Animal Helpline stands up to say that dogs do not deserve to be dumped like disposable waste, devoid of value on the street. We see the dogs on death row in pounds and say this is not a reality we can accept, where our society allows such wonderful creatures to be tossed aside when they become surplus to requirements. We may not have the cushiest kennels or the best facilities, but we have big hearts and open arms for the abandoned dogs of this ‘animal-loving’ country who have no other hope, save the vets waiting needle. We give dogs the chance to live. The rescues who have come through our doors have gone on to achieve such heights as PAT dogs, RAF dogs, excelling in obedience, right through to childrens playmates, comforters and as simply perfect companions as providing that wagging tail that greets you when you get home. We understand the joy a dog can bring to a lonely older person, the childhood memories they can be a part of, and the inherent worth that these giving and loving animals have that is too precious to be possible to measure. Without the little charities like Animal Helpline, dogs will be turned away at the gates or shut away forgotten in pounds, out of sight and out of mind until their time is up and a black bag awaits them. Without Animal Helpline, hundreds of dogs out in the world today would have suffered this fate, dying with nobody to mourn them, and without even the dignity of a name. Instead, they are happy in caring homes, enriching the lives of those who love them and enjoying every new day as only a dog can! Which ending would you choose for them?

Animal Helpline has no management & no staff only Ros Norman with her merry band of volunteers. Ros has been saving dogs lives for 35years & we on average re-home 600dogs a year.......so on a quick calculation AH have saved over 20,000dogs.....

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  • Arrived with such awful ears – Mites that had been left unattended – He was also chewing his paws. He came into Dogsinmind on foster so that we could teach him sign language whilst he had his operations. He found a lovely home with Charlie. +2

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