March grooming salon runs an online pet show to raise money for staffie charity

Doggy Styling Grooming based in March are running an online pet show until the end of the month to r

Doggy Styling Grooming based in March are running an online pet show until the end of the month to raise money for SBT Rescue based in Wisbech. - Credit: Archant

A DOG grooming salon in March is running a pet show until the end of the month to raise money for a Staffordshire Bull Terrier Rescue charity based in the Fens.

Doggy Styling Grooming is running an online pet show to bring in much needed funds for SBT Rescue based in Wisbech.

The photo competition is open to all types and breeds of pet with a special class just for Staffies.

It is just £1 to enter with prizes & rosettes for the winners.

All the money raised will go towards the care of the dogs at SBT Rescue.


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Donations such as treats & toys for the rescue would be gratefully received & can be dropped of at Doggy Styling, 128 High Street, March until August 31.

SBT Rescue is entirely run by dedicated volunteers, all of them dog owners, who take in unwanted dogs and try to find them new loving homes.

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Many staffies that come into their care are badly neglected, some have Mange, many are underfed and often under socialised with other animals and people.

Some are handed over by owners who are no longer able to care for their dogs, genuinely through no fault of their own and some dogs are cruelty cases.

A spokesman on the SBT website said that the charity was run entirely on donations and without the team of dog loving volunteers they would not be able to continue with their work.

“We have a daily struggle to find sufficient funds to pay for the necessary care for the dogs in our Rescue and many of our volunteers work very hard to find the necessary funds. We all work tirelessly to improve the lives of the dogs in our care.

For more information about the Doggy Styling pet show please see the link at www.DoggyStylingGrooming.co.uk or contact Sam on 07738 155 974.

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