18 days until the EFG Companion Show (in aid of Hearing Dogs for the Deaf). The Companion Show schedule is online on the EFG website and there are still a few places left for the eye testing-appointments from Sheila on firstname.lastname@example.org
Wagg Dog Food have offered specials and they have been joined by Fish4dogs so thanks to both of them. There will be all the usual side attractions and stalls but this year there is a new one….Make Me An Offer! It’s for the unusual and uncommon. Some items that certainly fit that bill have been donated but do have a look into your cupboards and on your shelves. What is there that is too good for a raffle and you don’t really want to give to a charity shop? Jean email@example.com would love to hear from you!
Less than 6 weeks to the EFG Companion Show and Funday on July 13th. That very crucial thing of toilets have been booked and Wagg Dog Food have continued their very kind sponsorship with the donation of six bags of their complete food. BVA/KC eye tests need appointments and Peter Bedford is always popular so do email Sheila firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment
Jean Rogers, on behalf of the Enthusiasts & Fanciers of Glens, presenting a cheque for £700, raised at the recent Companion Show, to Hearing Dogs for the Deaf. This was kindly accepted by June Spouncer (Voluntary Fundraiser & Registered Speaker) and Gill Yeats (National Fundraising Manager).
The EFG are now official sponsors of Tasha, a puppy just starting training. Thank you to Alan Stephenson who judged the show & sponsors Wagg Foods, Fish4dogs and Royal Canin who kindly donated prizes.
May 17th so less than two months to the EFG Companion Show in aid of Hearing Dogs for the Deaf (and the Glen of Imaal get together the day after). Wagg Dog Food have confirmed they will be sponsoring the classes and the Kennel Club Charitable Trust have also provided prizes. One person who won’t be able to attend on the day has already had her own fund-raising stall and raised £60.00-applause for Sue Barnes!