The charity that has raised nearly £10m for the cause of saving a dog from a poo poo attack is launching a new campaign for the public to help.
The UK Dog Rescue Trust’s ‘Pride and Courage’ project, which will target dogs that are in need of assistance, is launching today.
Dogs who are being rescued will be given a certificate and given a free bag of food.
They will also receive a card with a poem that will be read out at a special event.
‘They will be treated as heroes in our hearts, not just for their bravery but for the courage and commitment they have shown to help us, and to give us back the time and freedom to explore the world and reconnect with nature,’ the charity said.
A spokesperson for the charity told the BBC: ‘It is important that the public have an opportunity to see how these brave dogs are being cared for in a caring and dignified way.
We are creating a new type of dog that we hope will be a model for the rest of our rescue animals.
It’s a real privilege to be able to help the people that need our help.’
The new initiative will be launched in London on February 23.
Earlier this month, the charity announced that it had raised £11.8m for its animal rescue project.
In a statement, a spokesperson said: ‘The £10.8 million project to save a dog will see dogs who are in danger of dying in the wild or are at risk of being euthanased and a free packet of food and other items will be handed out.’
The dogs will receive a certificate of bravery, with a letter from their rescuer explaining why they are being released from a local dog farm.’
Dogs will also be given the opportunity to take part in an interactive interactive walk in which they will be able take part of an adventure that will help them reconnect with their natural environment and the people they care about most.’
Dachshunds are considered the UK’s favourite breed, but many of them suffer from a variety of health problems, including deafness and behavioural problems.