Hold your horses it's National Pet Month
Date published: 02 May 2019
National Pet Month
Next week marks the end of National Pet Month and it’s a great opportunity to give your 'pawfect' pet something special in return for their love.
The registered charity is unique in bringing together animal welfare charities, professional bodies youth groups and pet lovers, all in good cause.
National Pet Month has encouraged thousands of people up and down the UK to participate in the raising awareness for responsible pet ownership, especially on the dedicated dates.
From the 1st of April until the 6th May, pet owners can participate in fun-filled events that have included, vet practice open days, dog walks, children’s activities and cake sales, to have their contribution and be part of raising awareness.
The charity works closely with its trustees, National Office of Animal Health (NOAH) and Pet Food Manufacturers Association (PMFMA).
It’s key aims are to promote responsible pet ownership, make people aware of the mutual benefits of living with pets, increase awareness when it comes to pet care specialists and the value of working and assistance companion animals.
This year the charity celebrates it’s 30th birthday is urging people more than ever to participate in helping pets in need across the country.
You know what would be one of the best presents you could give us for our 30th birthday this year? Help your local pet rescue or charity raise funds for their vital work. Check out https://t.co/bbMkXJTF2k for ideas & come join us as a supporter. It's free & only takes a minute.— National Pet Month (@NatPetMonthUK) April 27, 2019
National Pet Month offers top tips and help for your companion, including your dog, chicken cat or horse.
Visit the charity's website here: https://www.nationalpetmonth.org.uk/.
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