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Dogrobes announce new charity partnership

One of the UK’s leading dog coat manufacturers has announced a new partnership with one of the country’s most popular dog rescue charities.

Dogrobes - the original drying coat for dogs - has chosen All Dogs Matter as its official charity partner. The organisation helps rescue and rehome dogs in Greater London, in addition to rehoming dogs nationwide.

“It’s exciting to partner with Dogrobes, a company that clearly recognises the importance of rescuing and rehoming vulnerable dogs,” explains Ira Moss, general manager of All Dogs Matter.

“Every year we take in hundreds of unwanted dogs from kennels, homes and death row pounds. So any funds we receive from this partnership will help us treat, rehabilitate, feed, neuter, vaccinate and chip these dogs.”

The announcement comes after Dogrobes played a key part in The Great Hampstead Bark Off on Sunday 15th May, an annual event which raises money for All Dogs Matter.

Margaret Reynolds, the director of Dogrobes, was the appointed judge for the ‘Golden Oldies’ category at the event’s dog show.    

“All Dogs Matter is a fabulous charity that does amazing work for vulnerable dogs. The Great Hampstead Bark Off demonstrated this wonderfully to all that attended. It’s no wonder they have the support of the dog-loving general public and celebrities,” explains Margaret Reynolds, director of Dogrobes.

“That’s why we’ll donate a percentage of our profit from all online and event sales to All Dogs Matter. This has proven to be an exceptionally effective model for raising regular funds for our partner charities in the past, so we’re excited about its potential.”

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