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Cat Action Trust
WELCOME TO CORK DOG ACTION
DAWG is an organisation founded and
run mostly by a network of volunteers concerned with the welfare
of abandoned, abused
ill-treated dogs in Cork.
Through our collective experience we aim to improve the lives
of Cork's dogs and also endeavour to educate the public on dog welfare
and dog ownership.
do this, we need your help....
1000 dogs rescued in 2012!!!!
would like to say a special thanks to Victoria Mallon
who has offered to paint watercolours of your dog or cat
with all proceeds going to Cork DAWG. If you would like
to order an A4 watercolour please drop in or send a clear
photo (or clear printout) of your pet to the Midleton
DAWG, charity shop, Main Street Midleton with the money
inside the envelope (cheque is safer). The cost of the
watercolours are 25 Euro each which we all agree is very
reasonable. If you would like a watercolour made in memory
of a pet who has passed please send the date of birth
and passing if possible and those dates will be included
at the bottom. For any more details contact Jill at 0876441967
HELP US HELP OUR LURCHERS AND GREYHOUNDS!
have seen a huge number of greyhounds & lurchers
coming into us over the last few weeks. Most of these
have been badly abused and need veterinary care. Please
help us continue to help these gentle dogs.
Below is a video of just some of the ones we have got
in recently.If you would like to donate please visit
our website www.dogactionwelfaregroup.ie
We would like to thank to Parallel for the use of their
song & Christine for compiling this video.
consider a wonderful greyhound as a pet. Handsome
gentle Jacob came into us in a terrible way. Extremely
thin and terrified of people. He became extremely depressed
at the shelter and refused to even come out for walk
time. We knew the only thing that would save Jacob was
to get him to a foster home. He is now loving life and
thriving with Caroline and her two terriers. He is very
good with the other dogs, housetrained and loves his
walks. He has excellent recall and snoozes the rest
of the day on the couch or in his basket watching the
world go by. We cannot say enough good things about
this very easy gentle boy. Please contact Jane on 0871199977
for good quality winter clothes for our Charity shops
in Midleton and Mallow as we are running low on stock.
Please contact Jill on 0876441967. Please note we are
not covered to take electrical goods in the shop. Thank
those who havent received our newsletter this summer,
please click here- Summer
help DAWG in its " 5
to survive " campaign.
are experiencing very tough times at DAWG and we desperately
need to increase our income to enable us to continue
to rescue and rehome the so many dogs that need our
We are calling on all our supporters
to help us in our " 5
to survive campaign".
We are asking for 5
minutes of your time to complete a standing
order of 5
Euro a month and help us achieve our target of 500
new standing orders. This
money will go directly to help the dogs that need it
and it will enable us to continue our work.
Our target will be posted on our website
and will be updated weekly. In
return for signing up DAWG will send each new member
a thank you pack including your very own DAWG postcard,
keyring and magnet.
Please help us achieve our goal and
reach our target. Once we reach our target
ALL our standing order supporters will be entered into
a draw. More details on the draw will follow. Also for
those of our supporters who already have a standing
order with DAWG, please email and we will forward you
our thank you pack.
The dogs of Cork need us so we cannot let them
down. THANK YOU.
click here to download our
standing order form.
Due to popular demand we are delighted to introduce birthday and
anniversary gift vouchers. Our Christmas voucher scheme has been
a huge success over the last 2 years. Please
click here for the Gift Wish List and further details.
Would you like to sponsor one of our long-term
residents? Maybe buy sponsorship as a gift for a friend or family
member? Please click here for details
on Bertie, Chloe, Keeper, Rodney, Polly and Sophie.
Have you adopted a dog from us? If so we would love to hear from you. Please
send pictures along with the dog's story to email@example.com and we will add to our Happy Endings page! Also to help spread the word about Cork DAWG you can send your happy endings story and pictures of your rescued dog to http://www.ohmydog.ie/
Dog Action Welfare Group.
Box 558, Togher Sorting Office, Cork
Reg. Charity No. CHY18000
Telephone: 086 3457488