Pup Aid Past Events

Pup Aid the Early Years

Before moving to London Pup Aid was Brighton’s mini-festival and doggy social event of the year attracting both dogs and anyone who loves or owns one.

Set up in 2009 by TV vet Marc Abraham, he tirelessly lobbies MPs in Westminster to positively influence laws affecting our nation’s pets.

Pup Aid 2010

Pup Aid 2010 was launched in July 2010 when we were extremely fortunate to have rock-legend and dachshund-owner Liam Gallagher sign a classic guitar generously donated by Gibson Guitars in London.

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Pup Aid 2011

September 2010 saw the welcome return of Pup Aid, Brighton’s mini-festival and doggy social event of the year that attracts both dogs and anyone who loves or owns one.

Pup Aid 2011, set in the beautiful gardens of Stanmer Park was once again a great success.

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Pup Aid 2012

Pup Aid 2012 was a huge success with celebrity judged fun dog shows, doggy stalls and much more. Held to raise awareness of Puppy Farming in Primrose Hill, 8th September 2012.

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Be suspicious of a puppy farmed pup if:

Mum isn't there
(she's most likely miles away on cruel puppy farm)

You're told mum's
at the vet,
been run over, sick,
basically anywhere else

Price is either
very cheap
(£100-£350)
or very expensive
(£2000-£7000)

Pup is being
sold in a pet shop
or garden centre

Only buy a puppy if:

You can see puppy
interacting with mum

 

It’s a
breeder recommended
by the Kennel Club
(preferably Assured Breeder)

It’s a rescue centre that’s a
registered charity

Take a stand. Make a donation

Your kind donation will help us to continue our efforts to raise awareness of puppy farming to help stop this cruel practice.

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