Pup Aid 2014

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PUP AID 2014 SEPTEMBER 6th 2014

DIRECTIONS: Pup Aid is held in Primrose Hill Park, just off Regents Park Road. The best entrance to access the park is at the corner of Regents Park Road and Albert Terrace.

The closest tube station is Chalk Farm and we recommend you use public transport to travel to the event as parking is very limited.

All Dogs Matter and a host of other charities and businesses will be out with Marc the Vet to promote Pup Aid again this year!

This very special day will once again give you, the dog-loving public, the golden opportunity to help raise awareness about the UK’s cruel puppy farming trade by attending this amazing celebrity judged fun dog show.

Puppy farming is the mass commercial production of puppies purely for profit and without a thought for the welfare or happiness of the pup, breeding bitch or stud dogs.

Breeding dogs and pups are usually kept in horrific dark conditions, totally unsocialized and riddled with both infectious and inbred often incurable diseases. These poorly pups are then sold en masse to pet shops, online or from free newspaper ads and usually die soon after reaching their new home.

If they do make it they usually require thousands of pounds worth of medical, surgical and/or behavioural treatment to fix them causing even more pain, suffering and heartbeak for both pups and families.

In order to stop puppy farming we must simply stop the demand. By raising awareness through events like PUP AID and promoting rescue dog adoption and responsible breeding practices it has to end eventually. Please join me at PUP AID 2014 and help to speed up that process.

Some dog-loving celebs and bands have already confirmed and once again there’ll be trade stands, amazing food, doggy displays and loads of fun for all the family to all raise awareness of this important animal welfare issue.

Thank you,

Marc The Vet