A grant of £25,000 has been given to Birmingham Home from the 2011 Pedigree Adoption Drive, which is a charitable initiative that aims to increase awareness of dog abandonment.
Birmingham Dogs Home is home to 250 plus abandoned dogs; it has been re-homing dogs since 1892.
The grant is going towards funding the Pedigree Nursery.
The Pedigree Adoption Drive functions alongside the Petplan Charitable Trust to raise funds to help relocate stray and abandoned dogs in new, caring homes. The 2011 campaign raised £160,000 plus to assist dog rescue centres .
The Pedigree Adoption Drive has raised more than £1 million in the last four years for rescue centres that support the country’s abandoned dogs.
Substantial Grant Given to Birmingham Dogs Home
Thu, 15 Dec 2011
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