A recent Christmas drop-in event has raised over £250 in aid of ALL DOGS MATTER a charity that helps rescue and re-home abandoned dogs in the London area.
The event was held at the dog-friendly Chamomile Café on England’s Lane on 9 December and was organised by Hampstead Hounds the popular bespoke dog-walking and sitting service in Hampstead.
Christiana Hines, owner of Hampstead Hounds said “I am an active supporter of ALL DOGS MATTER who do a fantastic job rescuing and re-homing abandoned dogs. The café was full of people and clients who dug deep into their pockets to help raise much-needed funds for this important charity. I can’t thank them enough for sparing the time and donating so generously.”
Sadly, there is now a growing demand for rescue services in the current climate, as more and more unwanted dogs find themselves in need of new homes. The job of ALL DOGS MATTER is to pair each rescue dog with the best new owner for it, ensuring that it will be safe, cared for and loved for the rest of its life.
Ira Moss, General Manager at All Dogs Matter added “We have recently rescued ‘Mistletoe’ who was abandoned after having puppies. She is not in the greatest of health so the money raised will go directly to help cover the costs of vet fees and the road towards re-homing her.”