Sharon Jennings, our CEO, will be giving up 6 days (8am - 4pm) over the Christmas period to volunteer as Deputy Dogs' Service Organiser for Crisis at Christmas, working alongside the Mayhew.
Mayhew's animal welfare preventative work encourages people to change their attitudes and behaviours towards animals in a positive way. Over the last 17 years we have been leaders in community focused projects that work to address causes of animal neglect, cruelty abandonment and overpopulation.
The Crisis kennels enable guests to enjoy everything that Crisis at Christmas has on offer while their dogs are cared for and pampered too. We provide veterinary checks, tummy rubs and plenty of goodies to get them through the winter.
Without this service, many dog-owning guests would not be able to use the facilities on offer, as the main buildings cannot accommodate dogs. We give the guests peace of mind that their best friends are being well looked after while they eat, have doctor's appointments, receive haircuts and clothes, and so much more.