Dog lovers will be able to learn more about the work of the Dogs Trust and meet one of their canine friends via their Dogmobile later this week.
On Thursday 3rd and Friday 4th May, Dogs Trust will be raising money for homeless hounds at a doggie meet and greet at Cornhill, Bury St Edmunds.
Supporters and dog lovers will also get to find out more about the work of Dogs Trust and meet one of their four legged friends in their Dogmobile.
The Dogmobile will be carrying a pooch from Dogs Trust Snetterton Rehoming centre, who is looking for their ideal home. The charismatic canine will be there to greet members of the public with plenty of licks, in return for a scratch behind the ears or a tasty treat.
Dogmobile assistant manager, Laura Nicholas, explains: “The Dogmobile is a fun, interactive way to help people find out more about rehoming a rescue dog and the brilliant work of Dogs Trust. Whilst dogs are not directly rehomed from the Dogmobile, if you find that it’s puppy love after meeting our adorable doggies, we encourage you to visit our centre to find out more about making a new best friend.
“You’ll also be able to find out about how you can foster a dog whilst they’re waiting to find their forever home, the charity’ fantastic ‘Sponsor a Dog’ scheme and how you can make a difference by volunteering at the Dogs Trust Snetterton centre.”
To find out more visit www.dogstrust.org.uk or contact Snetterton rehoming centre on 0300 303 0292