Our Friends

Pup Aid Friends

We’re proud to be supported by many celebrities and well wishers.

Familiar faces include actors from Monty Python, EastEnders, Midsomer Murders, The Bill, as well as designers, fashionistas – although the true stars of Pup Aid are undoubtedly all canine.

Meg Mathews & Anais Gallagher

The Pup Aid team are very proud to have Meg Mathews as our patron. Meg Mathews has been one of Pup Aid’s staunchest supporters and has been a judge at the 2010, 2011 and 2012 events. Meg and her daughter, Anais Gallagher, are the faces of the “Where’s Mum” campaign launched by TV vet Marc Abraham to support PupAid, an annual event held each year to raise awareness about the puppy farming trade in the UK.

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Ricky Gervais

Ricky is a fervent supporter of animal rights, and has been a fan of wildlife documentaries since he was a child.

He has spoken out against fox hunting and bullfighting, and wrote to Gordon Brown urging him to stop the use of black bear fur as caps for the Foot Guards.

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Dr  Brian May CBE

Brian’s animal welfare ‘Save Me’, campaigns for the protection of all animals focusing on preventing hunting of foxes and the culling of badgers.

Brian is a supporter of the RSPCA, the International Fund For Animal Welfare, the League Against Cruel Sports and PETA UK.

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Peter Egan

Peter is actively involved with All Dogs Matter, a voluntary dog rescue organisation based in London.

Its aim is to rescue and re-home dogs in London. These dogs are strays, from pounds or simply dogs whose owners no longer can or want to keep them.

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Sarah  Harding

Sarah Harding rose to fame in late 2002 when she won a place as a member of the girl group, Girls Aloud.

Sarah is a massive dog lover and attended Pup Aid 2012 as a judge with one of her French Bulldogs, Claude.

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Liam Gallagher & Nicole Appleton

Liam Gallagher is the frontman of Oasis and is currently of the band Beady Eye.

He is married to Nicole Appleton-Gallagher, former member of All Saints.

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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