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Puppy Awareness Week: 1 - 7th September 2015

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Puppy Awareness Week: 1 - 7th September 2015 PAW aims to make sure that puppies live healthy, happy lives with suitable owners by spreading the 'be puppy aware' message. Being puppy aware involves making sure you know which dog and breed is right for your lifestyle so that you can care for it for life, and making sure you can separate responsible breeders from puppy farmers. Every year the Kennel Club holds a Puppy Awareness Week (PAW) to spread this message. STOP puppy farming Puppies from puppy farms are bred with no regard for their health and well-being and are kept in appalling, unsanitary conditions. Kennel Club research from 2014 shows that as many as one in four may have unknowingly bought from a puppy farm, after sourcing their puppy online, on social media, in pet shops or through free newspaper ads - outlets often used by puppy farmers. The Kennel Club has found that one in five pups bought online or in pet shops need long-term veterinary care or die before six months old*. It has also found that one in five pups bought in pet shops contracts the potentially parvovirus.**

Latest Episodes

Bill Lambert - The Kennel Clubs Health & Breeder Services Manager.

PUP AID is a fun dog show organised by a group of dog-loving volunteers who believe the only way to end the cruel practice of puppy farming is to create as much public awareness about the issue as possible; by inviting celebrities, bands, artists, and of course the public and their dogs to all come together and make some noise on international Puppy Farming Awareness Day. PUP AID's aim is simply to educate every member of the British public about the correct way to get a dog, either by adopting a rescue dog from any of the overflowing rescue centres in the UK, or visiting a responsible breeder where you will always see the puppy interacting with it's mother. It's hoped that this widespread education will create enough awareness to stop people buying puppies from pet-shops or online from dealers and as a direct result reduce the demand for these poorly pups and finally end this evil practice of puppy farming for good.

8 min2015 SEP 5
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Bill Lambert - The Kennel Clubs Health & Breeder Services Manager.

Marc Abraham - VET

PUP AID is a fun dog show organised by a group of dog-loving volunteers who believe the only way to end the cruel practice of puppy farming is to create as much public awareness about the issue as possible; by inviting celebrities, bands, artists, and of course the public and their dogs to all come together and make some noise on international Puppy Farming Awareness Day. PUP AID's aim is simply to educate every member of the British public about the correct way to get a dog, either by adopting a rescue dog from any of the overflowing rescue centres in the UK, or visiting a responsible breeder where you will always see the puppy interacting with it's mother. It's hoped that this widespread education will create enough awareness to stop people buying puppies from pet-shops or online from dealers and as a direct result reduce the demand for these poorly pups and finally end this evil practice of puppy farming for good.

2 min2015 SEP 5
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Marc Abraham - VET

Justin Kumaran

Premier Dog Day Care and Dog Training in London, for your Premier Pet! Neither of us want your beloved canine companion lonely at home whilst you’re busy at work or away from home. Halo Dogs professional dog day care service will provide him or her with the all the exercise, education and social interaction a healthy, happy, educated pooch needs on our 540 acres of picturesque farm in North London. Whilst giving you complete peace of mind that your dog is being well cared for while you’re away. Run by a team of passionate and qualified dog trainers and dog behaviourists, we are London’s most popular, licensed dog day care centre for a reason! But don’t take our word for it.. See for yourself by taking a look at our customer testimonials and reading all the latest from our dog day care blog. See how happy and how healthy our current residents are and how much fun they have! As well as our excellent doggie day care service, we also provide many other services for you and your best...

7 min2015 SEP 5
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Justin Kumaran

Victoria Eisermann & Susan Harcus

K-9 Angels is a UK registered charity created by Anneka Tanaka-Svenska, Pola Pospieszalska & Victoria Eisermann in order to help dogs all over the world. Our mission is to improve the quality of existence of our canine friends from all over the globe as well as educate people about animal welfare. K-9 Angels provides a much needed network link between dog rescuers in foreign countries and prospective adopters in the UK, as well as funding for spay and neuter programmes, food and material aid, shelters, medical and veterinary aid. K-9 Angels prides itself on its lack of discrimination in helping all manner of rescues in these countries and also on its rehoming process which vets each person on their individual needs. K-9 Angels would like to branch out to many more countries worldwide in the future in order to help tackle the global stray dog problem.

7 min2015 SEP 5
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Victoria Eisermann & Susan Harcus

Caroline Kisko, Kennel Club Secretary

Puppy Awareness Week 1-7 September 2015 PAW aims to make sure that puppies live healthy, happy lives with suitable owners by spreading the 'be puppy aware' message. Being puppy aware involves making sure you know which dog and breed is right for your lifestyle so that you can care for it for life, and making sure you can separate responsible breeders from puppy farmers. Every year the Kennel Club holds a Puppy Awareness Week (PAW) to spread this message.

9 min2015 AUG 28
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Caroline Kisko, Kennel Club Secretary

Bill Lambert - The Kennel Clubs Health & Breeder Services Manager.

PAW aims to make sure that puppies live healthy, happy lives with suitable owners. Make sure that you get the right dog for your lifestyle and that you buy from a reputable breeder STOP puppy farming Puppies from puppy farms are bred with no regard for their health and well-being and are kept in appalling, unsanitary conditions. Kennel Club research from 2013 shows that as many as one in three may have unknowingly bought from a puppy farm, after sourcing their puppy online, on social media, in pet shops or through free newspaper ads - outlets often used by puppy farmers. One in five pups bought online or in pet shops need long-term veterinary care or die before six months old*. *Research conducted in August 2013 by Atomik, on behalf of the Kennel Club, and is based on 2,026 responses. Make sure that you don't buy from a puppy farmer, or from an ill-informed and unknowledgeable breeder, who has not taken all of the steps to give your puppy the best chance in life. The Kennel Club rec...

7 min2014 SEP 6
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Bill Lambert - The Kennel Clubs Health & Breeder Services Manager.

Marc Abrahams

Pup Aid Founder

8 min2014 SEP 6
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Marc Abrahams

Karen Menter

Southern Golden Retriver Display Team at Pup Aid

4 min2014 SEP 6
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Karen Menter

Carlie Wybourn

Battersea Dogs & Cats Home at Pup Aid

6 min2014 SEP 6
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Carlie Wybourn

Bill Lambert - The Kennel Clubs Health & Breeder Services Manager.

PAW aims to make sure that puppies live healthy, happy lives with suitable owners. Make sure that you get the right dog for your lifestyle and that you buy from a reputable breeder STOP puppy farming Puppies from puppy farms are bred with no regard for their health and well-being and are kept in appalling, unsanitary conditions. Kennel Club research from 2013 shows that as many as one in three may have unknowingly bought from a puppy farm, after sourcing their puppy online, on social media, in pet shops or through free newspaper ads - outlets often used by puppy farmers. One in five pups bought online or in pet shops need long-term veterinary care or die before six months old*. *Research conducted in August 2013 by Atomik, on behalf of the Kennel Club, and is based on 2,026 responses. Make sure that you don't buy from a puppy farmer, or from an ill-informed and unknowledgeable breeder, who has not taken all of the steps to give your puppy the best chance in life. The Kennel Club rec...

9 min2014 SEP 2
Comments
Bill Lambert - The Kennel Clubs Health & Breeder Services Manager.

Latest Episodes

Bill Lambert - The Kennel Clubs Health & Breeder Services Manager.

PUP AID is a fun dog show organised by a group of dog-loving volunteers who believe the only way to end the cruel practice of puppy farming is to create as much public awareness about the issue as possible; by inviting celebrities, bands, artists, and of course the public and their dogs to all come together and make some noise on international Puppy Farming Awareness Day. PUP AID's aim is simply to educate every member of the British public about the correct way to get a dog, either by adopting a rescue dog from any of the overflowing rescue centres in the UK, or visiting a responsible breeder where you will always see the puppy interacting with it's mother. It's hoped that this widespread education will create enough awareness to stop people buying puppies from pet-shops or online from dealers and as a direct result reduce the demand for these poorly pups and finally end this evil practice of puppy farming for good.

8 min2015 SEP 5
Comments
Bill Lambert - The Kennel Clubs Health & Breeder Services Manager.

Marc Abraham - VET

PUP AID is a fun dog show organised by a group of dog-loving volunteers who believe the only way to end the cruel practice of puppy farming is to create as much public awareness about the issue as possible; by inviting celebrities, bands, artists, and of course the public and their dogs to all come together and make some noise on international Puppy Farming Awareness Day. PUP AID's aim is simply to educate every member of the British public about the correct way to get a dog, either by adopting a rescue dog from any of the overflowing rescue centres in the UK, or visiting a responsible breeder where you will always see the puppy interacting with it's mother. It's hoped that this widespread education will create enough awareness to stop people buying puppies from pet-shops or online from dealers and as a direct result reduce the demand for these poorly pups and finally end this evil practice of puppy farming for good.

2 min2015 SEP 5
Comments
Marc Abraham - VET

Justin Kumaran

Premier Dog Day Care and Dog Training in London, for your Premier Pet! Neither of us want your beloved canine companion lonely at home whilst you’re busy at work or away from home. Halo Dogs professional dog day care service will provide him or her with the all the exercise, education and social interaction a healthy, happy, educated pooch needs on our 540 acres of picturesque farm in North London. Whilst giving you complete peace of mind that your dog is being well cared for while you’re away. Run by a team of passionate and qualified dog trainers and dog behaviourists, we are London’s most popular, licensed dog day care centre for a reason! But don’t take our word for it.. See for yourself by taking a look at our customer testimonials and reading all the latest from our dog day care blog. See how happy and how healthy our current residents are and how much fun they have! As well as our excellent doggie day care service, we also provide many other services for you and your best...

7 min2015 SEP 5
Comments
Justin Kumaran

Victoria Eisermann & Susan Harcus

K-9 Angels is a UK registered charity created by Anneka Tanaka-Svenska, Pola Pospieszalska & Victoria Eisermann in order to help dogs all over the world. Our mission is to improve the quality of existence of our canine friends from all over the globe as well as educate people about animal welfare. K-9 Angels provides a much needed network link between dog rescuers in foreign countries and prospective adopters in the UK, as well as funding for spay and neuter programmes, food and material aid, shelters, medical and veterinary aid. K-9 Angels prides itself on its lack of discrimination in helping all manner of rescues in these countries and also on its rehoming process which vets each person on their individual needs. K-9 Angels would like to branch out to many more countries worldwide in the future in order to help tackle the global stray dog problem.

7 min2015 SEP 5
Comments
Victoria Eisermann & Susan Harcus

Caroline Kisko, Kennel Club Secretary

Puppy Awareness Week 1-7 September 2015 PAW aims to make sure that puppies live healthy, happy lives with suitable owners by spreading the 'be puppy aware' message. Being puppy aware involves making sure you know which dog and breed is right for your lifestyle so that you can care for it for life, and making sure you can separate responsible breeders from puppy farmers. Every year the Kennel Club holds a Puppy Awareness Week (PAW) to spread this message.

9 min2015 AUG 28
Comments
Caroline Kisko, Kennel Club Secretary

Bill Lambert - The Kennel Clubs Health & Breeder Services Manager.

PAW aims to make sure that puppies live healthy, happy lives with suitable owners. Make sure that you get the right dog for your lifestyle and that you buy from a reputable breeder STOP puppy farming Puppies from puppy farms are bred with no regard for their health and well-being and are kept in appalling, unsanitary conditions. Kennel Club research from 2013 shows that as many as one in three may have unknowingly bought from a puppy farm, after sourcing their puppy online, on social media, in pet shops or through free newspaper ads - outlets often used by puppy farmers. One in five pups bought online or in pet shops need long-term veterinary care or die before six months old*. *Research conducted in August 2013 by Atomik, on behalf of the Kennel Club, and is based on 2,026 responses. Make sure that you don't buy from a puppy farmer, or from an ill-informed and unknowledgeable breeder, who has not taken all of the steps to give your puppy the best chance in life. The Kennel Club rec...

7 min2014 SEP 6
Comments
Bill Lambert - The Kennel Clubs Health & Breeder Services Manager.

Marc Abrahams

Pup Aid Founder

8 min2014 SEP 6
Comments
Marc Abrahams

Karen Menter

Southern Golden Retriver Display Team at Pup Aid

4 min2014 SEP 6
Comments
Karen Menter

Carlie Wybourn

Battersea Dogs & Cats Home at Pup Aid

6 min2014 SEP 6
Comments
Carlie Wybourn

Bill Lambert - The Kennel Clubs Health & Breeder Services Manager.

PAW aims to make sure that puppies live healthy, happy lives with suitable owners. Make sure that you get the right dog for your lifestyle and that you buy from a reputable breeder STOP puppy farming Puppies from puppy farms are bred with no regard for their health and well-being and are kept in appalling, unsanitary conditions. Kennel Club research from 2013 shows that as many as one in three may have unknowingly bought from a puppy farm, after sourcing their puppy online, on social media, in pet shops or through free newspaper ads - outlets often used by puppy farmers. One in five pups bought online or in pet shops need long-term veterinary care or die before six months old*. *Research conducted in August 2013 by Atomik, on behalf of the Kennel Club, and is based on 2,026 responses. Make sure that you don't buy from a puppy farmer, or from an ill-informed and unknowledgeable breeder, who has not taken all of the steps to give your puppy the best chance in life. The Kennel Club rec...

9 min2014 SEP 2
Comments
Bill Lambert - The Kennel Clubs Health & Breeder Services Manager.
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