Petmania launch food appeal and fundraiser for rescue partners

May 01, 2020 No adoptions and (fur) baby-boom predicted for Offaly animal shelters Petmania launch food appeal and fundraiser for rescue partners Animal Shelters across the country are struggling in the face of Covid-19. With the current restrictions in place the normal rate of adoption and rehoming is not taking place. Animal rescue centres have predicted a surge in returns of animals following lockdown and a spike in cat and dog litters. Fundraising has ground to a halt and shelters adding further...

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Almost €45,000 Raised by Your Power Walking Pooches!

Press Release, 24th May 2012 Dogs Raise over €43,000 for The Carers Association by Walking with Petmania Petmania is delighted to announce that the Petmania National Dog Walk, which took place on Easter Monday, has raised over €43,000 for The Carers Association, bringing to almost €135,000 the amount raised by this event over the past three years. Despite the rain causing some havoc on the day, 100’s of dogs and their owners took to the streets around the country in Carlow, Dublin, Galway,...

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Return Your Sponsorship!

Apr 10, 2012   Did you take part in the Petmania National Dog Walk 2012? Don't forget to return your sponsorship cards and money to your local Petmania store before Sunday 22nd April 2012 to collect your Walker Rewards! Remember, if the more you raise, the more you get in return! Reach €50 and receive a €10 Petmania Store Voucher Reach €120 and get 10% Off your Allianz Pet Insurance Reach €240 and get a free bag of breed specific 12-15kg Royal Canin Dog Food Reach €400 and get a €40...

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Great Walker Rewards!

Mar 01, 2012   Have You Registered Yet? The Petmania National Dog Walk takes place this Easter Monday, 9th April, and is a fundraising event in aid of The Carers Association with all money raised by the event going to supporting the counselling, respite and training services available to family carers. To date the event has raised almost €100,000 for the charity, and this year it is hoped to bring that number up to €161,000 - representing €1 for every family carer in...

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