So far we’ve raised £43,696.53 for
dog charities in need

So far we’ve raised £43,696.53 for dog charities in need

The Current Charities

From the 8th of January until the 4th of February, we will be raising money for the following dog charities.

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Edinburgh Dog
and Cat Home

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Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home has been a safe haven to stray animals since 1883, and still rescues over a thousand lost or abandoned dogs and cats every year. We provide a vital service to the community by trying, wherever possible, to reunite owners with their missing animals. But there are times when owners cannot be found or are unable to cope – that’s when our re-homing programme comes in, when we find new homes for unwanted dogs and cats.

For more details, use the links below to visit their website and social media channels.

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Bleakholt
Animal Sanctuary

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Bleakholt Animal Sanctuary is one of the largest of its kind in the North West of England. Stretching over a 55-acre site in Edenfield near Ramsbottom, Lancashire. Bleakholt is under constant development so as to be able to provide the very best possible care for over 350 animals currently with us. We currently find loving homes for over one thousand three hundred animals each year.

For more details, use the links below to visit their website and social media channels.

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Phoenix French
Bulldog Rescue

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Phoenix was established at the end of the end of 2016 and set loose on the unsuspecting on-line General Public on January 8th 2017 on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram - our team is UK wide. Charity status was awarded on 8th March 2017. We operate using various social media platforms and have no ‘base’. All our dogs are placed into pre-assessed, loving and knowledgeable foster homes, no kennels, ever. Dogs stay in foster-care for a minimum of 2 weeks, maybe much longer if they need to be mended physically or behaviourally – this is why our vet fees are around 3K-7K per month.

For more details, use the links below to visit their website and social media channels.

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All Bullie
Rescue

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We are predominantly bull breed specific and aim to help as many misunderstood dogs as we can manage. We feel bull breeds are demonised and persecuted and most likely to be abused and abandoned. However, given the right homes and owners who understand them, they make wonderful family members. With bull breeds over taking any other breeds in rescue we are dedicated to giving as many as we can a second chance. Many of our dogs come with issues and are worked on before being placed in a foster home who we hope will eventually adopt so to cause the least upset to our beloved and emotionally sensitive breeds.

For more details, use the links below to visit their website and social media channels.

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Monarch's
Mutts

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The founders of Monarch's Mutts father (Trevor Antill) wrote the public footpath The Monarch's Way along with many other walking books, hence this dog rescue's name and royal themes. Trevor could often be seen rambling along the countryside many years ago, throughout Britain with the family's first rescue dog, a ginger cross breed called Skipper from Birmingham Dogs Home.

Trevor fought for the freedom to roam and to keep public footpaths clear and open for everyone to enjoy this green and pleasant land.

Monarch's Mutts dog rescue is based in Halesowen and covers the West Midlands, helping as many dogs in need as possible. We are working towards charity status and are planning on walking the entire Monarch's Way with our rescue dogs to raise much needed funds, with the ultimate, long term goal to acquire land and kennels along the monarch's way. This will become a sanctuary for forgotten dogs and walkers who wish to stop for a cup of tea, cake and dog cuddles.

We take needy dogs into our rescue and give them care, love, medical attention they need. We will help out any breed, age or health needs and our dogs come direct from owners, stray pounds, veterinary surgeries and via other rescue.

For more details, use the links below to visit their website and social media channels.

How do the charities win and what can they win?

For 4 weeks, the same 5 dog charities are involved and will all receive a percentage of the charity fund. Each dog charity however has a chance of winning a higher percentage by receiving votes from the players of our online lottery.

Each dog charity gets to highlight their star of the round. When entering our lottery, subscribers are asked to vote for their favourite dog. At the end of the 4 weeks, the charity that received the most votes, wins the top prize.

View who’s participated
so far!

35%

1st place

25%

2nd place

20%

3rd place

10%

4th place

10%

5th place

The stars of Round 20

These dogs are the stars of round 20 and are connected to the 5 participating dog charities. You can vote for them when entering our lottery and help their charity receive a bigger share of the raised funds! Help raise money for dogs in need!

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The stars of Round 20

These dogs are the stars of round 20 and are connected to the 5 participating dog charities. You can vote for them when entering our lottery and help their charity receive a bigger share of the raised funds! Help raise money for dogs in need!

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Nikita

Edinburgh Dog And Cat Home

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Marlie

Bleakholt Animal Sanctuary

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Ripkin

Phoenix French Bulldog Rescue

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Lily

All Bullie Rescue

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Bobby

Monarch’s Mutts

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