How Can I Help?

How Can I help?It is really fantastic that you want to get involved with Pup Aid, helping to raise awareness of puppy farming.

There will be various ways you can help with the event including spreading the word and attending.

Raising money for the charities we support and raising awareness of puppy farming is what Pup Aid is all about so it is important we get as many people to attend as possible.

If you are willing to help out on the day we will be looking for people to help with jobs such as raffle ticket sales and marshalling people through the door. We had over 1,000 people attend last year and we are hoping this year will be even bigger.

Volunteers

We are looking for volunteers to help out on the day, if you are interested in helping please use the contact form to send us your details.

Businesses

There are a number of ways businesses can get involved and support Pup Aid:

For information on exhibiting at PUP AID please contact Rebecca, our Event Director, using This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Please contact Pup Aid if you wish to:

  • Place an advert in the official Pup Aid brochure
  • Sponsor a class in the dog show
  • Donate raffle prizes
  • Ask about sponsorship opportunites
  • Reserve your exhibitor's stand

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Only buy a puppy if:

  • You can see puppy interacting with mum
  • It's a breeder recommended by the Kennel Club (preferably Assured Breeder)
  • It's a rescue centre that's a registered charity

Be suspicious of a puppy farmed pup if:

  • Mum isn't there (she's most likely miles away on cruel puppy farm)
  • You're told mum's at the vet, been run over, sick, basically anywhere else
  • Price is either very cheap (£100-£350) or very expensive (£2000-£7000)
  • Pup is being sold in a pet shop or garden centre
  • Pup is sold from website, Friday Ad, motorway service station, pub
  • You're offered free delivery


Pup Aid in the News!

The Pup Aid e-petition has been featured by BBC South East as signatures have reached 90k+ (18/11/2013).
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