All Dogs Matter's Valentine Dog Walk 2016
On the 14th of February 2016 All Dogs Matter Charity from North London held their annual Valentine Dog Walk in Hampstead to raise funds for the charity. Everybody met at the Garden Gate Pub and the walk took place at Hampstead Heath. They had a great turnout and raised £788.43 which goes directly to the charity. Many of the people who attended had rescued a dog from the charity themselves.
I really enjoyed meeting and photographing lots of different dogs and was in my element as it is always extra special photographing rescue dogs. They looked beautiful in their Valentine Banadanas and outfits. These events are a great opportunity for people to get to know some of the dogs looking for homes.
If you know anyone who would like to foster or rehome a dog, All Dogs Matter are a really lovely charity and have already re-homed 50 dogs this year.
Two dogs who were part of the Valentine walk and are looking for a loving home were Rosie a 10 week old puppy and Linda an 8 month old Staffie cross.
This is Linda the 8 month old Staffie Cross. Linda is a friendly dog who is lots of fun and loves playing fetch.
Below are a few of the dogs who took part on the walk.
Below is Daisy an ex All Dogs Matter dog.
Below is Rosie a 10 week old puppy looking for a loving home.
This is Gracie another Ex All Dogs Matter dog, she looked like she was listening to the conversation.
Keywords: All Dogs Matter Charity, Dog Charities London, Dog Photography, Dog Portrait, Hampstead, Hampstead Heath, London, Pet Photography, Rescue Dogs, Rescue Dogs London
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