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Healthy food plays a BIG role in helping shelter dogs find their forever homes?
The better they eat, the more they thrive. And the more they thrive, the more chance they have of being rehomed.
This summer, Buy Food Give Food is making it easier than ever to feed shelter dogs in need.
Did you know there are more than 500 independent dog shelters across the UK? Each of them brimming with beautiful, brave dogs, and run by brilliant, brave people.
They don’t have big names or big budgets. Yet sometimes, these small shelters manage to rehome more dogs than the larger ones. That’s why we’ve chosen to support them, by feeding their pups high quality, all-natural Canine Choice.
We're proud to have had the opportunity to support the heroes running shelters up and down the UK.
Know an amazing shelter? Please do link us up! We’d love to hear their story and see how we could help them do more of their great work.Start the conversation
Rottweilers have a lot of health issues with cruciates and hips. By feeding our pups Canine Choice, we are keeping our Rotties happy, healthy & their coats wonderfully shiny!
Angela at Rottie Friends
We've spent many years helping stray dogs and finding an organisation to support our cause was always a battle. Paws has made a wonderful difference to the work that we do.
Lee at Walker’s Creek Rescue
Being a small, self funded organisation, Lurcher Link sometimes struggles to find enough money to finance emergency vet bills, which can quickly run into thousands of pounds. Having Paws helping us out with our food means one less thing to worry about.
Kaye at Lurcher Link
We love staying close to our Buy Food Give Food alumni pups, whose rehoming tales inspire us all.
We adopted Vinnie in September 2018 from Walkers Creek Rescue. He was malnourished, underweight and pretty scared of life. 12 weeks on and he’s nearly doubled in weight and is so much more confident and happy. My other dog Della got a taste of his food and refused to eat her usual food so she is now loving the Paws diet too!
Laura & James Pallett
We adopted Ted from Lee and Claire at Walkers Creek rescue about 4 months ago. He was very terrified of the lead when he first came to us, but now he's beaming out the door with his little happy dance to go out and venture into the world! He loves to run around at the park, and snuggle up with us on the sofa. (he also thinks he is a very small lap dog and tries to sit on our laps!) He's such a beautiful soul and we couldn't imagine life without him!
Tanja & Rob Von Bank
Heidi came over from Ireland with a large number of other dogs going to rescues. At just 10 months old she was a sweet natured but worried pup. She is very bright and loved training and confidence building games at rescue. She has gone to live with new brother Ted a Bedlington Terrier who was very sad after his Rottie brother passed away. New owners say it's like she has always been there as settled so well. She and Ted are best friends and he is happy again!