Before moving to London Pup Aid was Brighton's mini-festival and doggy social event of the year attracting both dogs and anyone who loves or owns one.
PUP AID 2010 was launched in July 2010 when we were extremely fortunate to have rock-legend and dachshund-owner Liam Gallagher sign a classic guitar generously donated by Gibson Guitars in London.
This guitar then went on to be signed by even more legendary guitarists including Paul Weller, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, Brian May, Jimmy Page and David Gilmour. The buzz created by Liam's guitar signing made all the tabloids, a few glossy mags and swept accross the internet like wildfire - educating the perfect consumer demographic who maybe considering buying a dog in it's path.
PUP AID was already working...
September 2010 saw the welcome return of Pup Aid, Brighton's mini-festival and doggy social event of the year that attracts both dogs and anyone who loves or owns one.
Organised by TV's Marc the Vet (Marc Abraham) and his willing team of volunteers, Pup Aid 2011, set in the beautiful gardens of Stanmer Park was once again a great success. This hugely popular dog show and music festival, held to raise awareness about puppy farming was officially opened by Brighton & Hove's Mayor Anne Meadows giving way to the celebrity-judged dog show that formed the first half of this special day.Read more: Pup Aid 2011