All Dogs Matter's Valentine Dog Walk 2017
All Dogs Matter Charity held their yearly Valentine Dog Walk in Hampstead Heath on the 12th of February 2017. Despite the cold Winter weather they had a good turnout and everyone still enjoyed taking part. It is one of the events I look forward to the most each year as some of the dogs dress up in Valentine outfits.
2 of the Staffies that went to the event Elsie and Teddy were always together during the dog walk, Teddy is one of the ambassadors for All Dogs Matter and Elsie was adopted through the charity. Before Elsie was rehomed she used to live with Teddy and was one of his foster sisters. When Elsie saw Teddy she remembered him and wanted to be with him all the time which was lovely to watch and shows how close they are.
All Dogs Matter hold different events throughout the year to raise funds for their charity, at this year's Valentine Dog Walk they raised £1000.00 which is a brilliant amount and will go towards helping more of their dogs needing homes. If you know anyone that is interested in fostering or rehoming please visit All Dogs Matter's website http://alldogsmatter.co.uk
If you would like to view photos from the Valentine Dog Walk please take a look at my All Dogs Matter's events gallery http://www.natashaballettaphotography.com/alldogsmattercharityevents
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