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Latest issue: SPRING 2018
Wag Spring 2018 PDF 3.32 MB
What happens in this issue?
The first issue of WAG in 2018 is packed to the brim with exciting news! As our editor says, "Spring is all about new beginnings" and we're celebrating some major milestones - all of which you can read about by downloading the magazine, right here. Don't forget that if you sign up (above) to get your copy of WAG you'll receive it straight to your door, hot off the press!
WAG Feature: Freedom from fear
In this issue we have focused on one of our projects that is extremely close to our hearts, the Freedom Project, a unique pet fostering service for people fleeing domestic abuse. Want to know more? Just watch this!
Want to know more about the Freedom Project? Well, as our video explains, the scheme works by temporarily placing the pet at risk with a volunteer foster carer who will care for them in their own home until they can be safely reunited with their owner. Total anonymity is assured, and dogs will not be fostered in the area where the owner is from. Our Freedom Project staff are always on hand to provide help and support, with placements constantly monitored.
Want to get involved?
We urgently need more foster carers in the central belt of Scotland, Yorkshire, the north east of England, Essex, Hertfordshire and London. We cover all of the dog food and expenses, including any veterinary care or medicine needed. Plus, you'll get a visit from a member of our team each month to see how you are getting on! All we ask is that any potential foster carers have experience of caring for dogs, is at home for most of the day, and if you have a dog of your own it must be neutered.
Do you want to become a foster carer for the Freedom Project? Email us now!
Previous issues: AUTUMN 2017
WAG Autumn Issue PDF 5.7 MB
What happens in this issue?
The latest issue of Wag! is packed full of the latest news from Dogs Trust and, if you've received your copy you're in the right place to access some juicy extras exclusive to Wag! readers...
Remember Soldier? This poor pooch was so neglected that he was unrecognisable as a 'living thing' when he came into the care of our team in Leeds. Watch Soldier's amazing transformation from poorly to pawsome...
Dear Santa, it's lovely but...
If Santa delivers you a gift you don't adore, don't forget we have charity shops across the country ready to turn one person's trash into another person's treasure... Find your nearest Dogs Trust charity shop!
Luck be a lady tonight...
Show-stopping Lady the Lurcher has been with our team in Darlington. Didn't anyone ever tell you to not keep a lady waiting?
Helping dogs overseas...
We officially launched our sister charity, Dogs Trust Worldwide earlier this year. But, we've been helping dogs overseas for decades...
Create your own Snuffle Mat...
The clever sausages at Dogs Trust Dog School have suggested snuffle mats help to keep dogs content and occupied when their owners head out! Check out our Pinterest page, to see how to make one!
A former resident of Dogs Trust Manchester training to be a police dog is doing well with her training, we've got the latest update...
‘Jana is progressing well in all disciplines and is still showing great potential for being successful. Due to the extensive training that the dogs have to complete we gradually increase the level of training to ensure that it is commensurate with a dogs' age and maturity level. I would anticipate that in the next 4-6 months Jana will achieve the necessary standard to pass her assessments.’
Wag Summer 2017 PDF 4.12 MB
In this issue, we highlight the latest report in our Puppy Smuggling investigation.
Meet Charly - one of thousands of puppies illegally smuggled into Great Britain every year. Devious sellers are advertising underage, unvaccinated puppies, starving and dehydrated from the horrendous journey they have faced to get here. Charly is one of the lucky ones, but hundreds more don’t survive the cruel Puppy Smuggling trade. Watch and share to help Dogs Trust save more puppies like Charly, and email your local MP.
Wag Spring Issue 2017 PDF 6.16 MB
What happens in this issue?
In this issue, we're celebrating two of Dogs Trust's longest serving residents, Finn from Dogs Trust Basildon and Biscuit from Dogs Trust West Calder who are still looking for their forever homes. Check out their videos below, or take a look to the right hand side where you will see lots more stories and videos about these cute canines who are looking to meet their special someone.
First up is 12 year old Crossbreed Biscuit who is looking for calm owners who have had dogs before.
Next up is Finn from Dogs Trust Basildon, a lovely Lurcher looking for a lot of love! Finn can live with children aged 14 and over, and will need his new family to come and visit him before heading home.
To find out more about Biscuit or Finn, please contact Dogs Trust on 0300 303 0292.
Wag Autumn PDF 4.17 MB
Flabradors: We need you!
If you read all about "Flabradors" (page 10) and would like to be involved in the next stage of Dr Raffan's research, we are looking for Labrador owners to take part in a series of fun games designed to help put a figure on how hungry a dog actually is. If you have a chunky or svelte Labrador and can take part, please let us know. No training or special preparation is needed!
Read the latest issue here:
Wag Summer 2016 PDF 3.01 MB
Survey: Tell us what you think!
Simply download our survey, and either pop it in the post or email us!
Wag Survey 2016 DOCX 15 KB
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2016 Spring PDF 4.56 MB