Meet a Dogs Trust resident during town visit
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The Dogs Trust will be raising money for homeless hounds at a doggie meet and greet.
The Snetterton rehoming centre’s dogmobile will be at Ely Market Place today and tomorrow (Thursday) between 10am and 4pm.
People will be able to find out more about the work of the charity and meet one of the dogs from the Snetterton Rehoming Centre who is looking for their forever home.
Dogmobile assistant manager Laura Nicholas said: “The Dogmobile is a fun and interactive way to help people find out more about rehoming a rescue dog and the brilliant work of Dogs Trust.
“Whilst dogs are not directly rehomed from the Dogmobile, if you do find that it’s puppy love after meeting our adorable doggies, we encourage you to visit our centre to find out more about making a new best friend.”
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There will also be information about how people can foster a dog while they await their new home.
For more information visit the Dogs Trust website.
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