Wagging Tails Helps Raise Over £17,000 For Hearing Dogs For Deaf People
Dog boarding franchise Wagging Tails welcomes their first Hearing Dog puppy to the Hearing Dogs for Deaf People family.
Wagging Tail started its partnership with Hearing Dogs for Deaf People back in January 2014 and it has since helped raise over £17,000 for the charity. Lisa Suswain, Wagging Tails director and founder is proud to say it is the first dog care franchise to offer unrelenting support to a charity partner. Suswain said: “At Wagging Tails we have been raising vital funds and awareness for different dog related charities since 2007 as part of the ethical way we operate. We made a long-term commitment to Hearing Dogs for Deaf People in 2014, which has led to us being able to fund the training of little Neve. We are really looking forward to watching her progress through her training and being matched with her recipient.”
“The dogs simply don’t realise what a life-changing impact they have on their recipients’ lives and we are delighted to be able to facilitate Neve’s training thanks to the ongoing support of our wonderful owners, dog carers and franchisees.”
Wagging Tails first Hearing Dog puppy, Neve, was born in October 2017 and is currently under the tutelage of her puppy socialiser in Hampshire. Wagging Tails will be sharing Neve’s training progress with updates on its website and via social media.
Nicholas Orpin, Hearing Dogs for the Deaf community fundraiser said: “What a journey! All the cycling, rescues, collections, calendars and all the rest, have come to this moment and lil’ Neve on her way to becoming a life-changer. Please pass on my heart-felt thanks to everyone who has helped.”
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