💕 At Pawfect Nature we love to give back from our efforts, we believe love is what makes the World go round.
Part of our business ethos includes helping others who need it most. We donate monthly to charity, and we also plant trees to help reduce our carbon paw-print.
We Plant Trees!
Every month we plant 100 trees from our profits with One Tree Planted to help with global reforestation. Trees help clean the air we breathe, filter the water we drink, and provide habitat to over 80% of the world’s terrestrial biodiversity. Forests provide jobs to over 1.6 billion people, absorb harmful carbon from the atmosphere, and are key ingredients in 25% of all medicines. This is why planting more trees to replenish the ones that have been cut down is so important to us. You can even help us plant more trees when placing your orders by adding ‘Plant 1 Tree’ to your basket!
🌲 Trees planted to date = 700
Our ethos is to love dogs back to life with nature, part of our ambition is to share this love with rescue dogs and animals! 💕
We donate £50 every month from our profits to different animal charities all over the world, by doing this we know we can help make a small difference to dogs and other animals who are most in need.
Dogs only want to be loved, and its hard seeing so many dogs waiting for their furever homes…we felt we could make a difference to their lives while they wait 🐾
Every time we reach a donation of £50 we donate to a different charity so that we can help as many charities as possible throughout our journey.
❤️ Charity Donations to date = £700
#1 – Jak’s Legacy
Jak’s Legacy are a charity who are inspired by their late rescue dog Jak. They help raise funds for dogs all over the world to spay and neuter, pay vet bills and provide food for street dogs as well as bringing dogs over to the UK in order to help find them homes. They have raised over £12,000 so far and we are so honoured to have been able to help them during the Corona crisis.
#2 – Hero Paws
Hero Paws provide military working dogs and service dogs with a happy retirement through rehabilitation and retraining. Their ultimate goal is to set up a sanctuary where up to 50 ex working service dogs can be cared for and trained so they can eventually find their perfect forever home, no matter how long it takes.
#3 – 8 Below Husky Rescue
8 Below Husky Rescue are a registered charity in England and Wales who specialise in rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming northern breed dogs and their crosses throughout the UK. Their team is made up of volunteers who dedicate their time to help raise awareness of the northern breeds along with helping fundraise at many events throughout the year in order to help fund treatments for the dogs in their care.
#4 – Save our Seized Dogs
Save Our Seized Dogs is a not for profit organisation who assist owners of seized dogs in the UK. They offer advice and help to owners of dogs, who have been seized by the authorities under Breed Specific Legislation (BSL). 82% of dogs seized in the UK have never caused harm or fear to anyone, these dogs are just ordinary family pets and so the work they do is highly important in reuniting people with their beloved furry friends.
#5 – Schnauzerfest
Schnauzerfest is a registered charity who organise fundraising walks to raise money to pay for veterinary treatment for dogs saved from puppy farms and other bad backgrounds. As well as raising money for rescue dogs, Schnauzerfest are also committed to raising awareness of the cruel world of puppy farms.
Holly Hedge Animal Sanctuary is a local independent charity that rescues and rehomes unwanted, abandoned and often mistreated cats and dogs. They receive no funding from the government and rely on the generosity and goodwill of their supporters to keep their kennel and cattery doors open. They rescue and rehome around 800 animals each year, finding loving and responsible new homes for each and every one of them.
#7 – Hope for Podencos
Hope for Podencos are a breed specific Podenco Rescue Centre based in Albacete, Spain. Their mission is to RESCUE, REHABILITATE and REHOME Podencos of all types, from tiny puppies to golden oldies, the injured and the unwell. For many centuries, hunters in rural Spain have used dogs to hunt wild animals across the winter landscape. In the 17th century these dogs were associated with nobility, protected by law and appeared in noblemens’ wills. But these dogs have had a dramatic fall from grace. Today, at the end of each hunting season in February, it is estimated that between 60,000 and 80,000 Spanish hunting dogs (Podencos as well as Galgos, the Spanish Greyhound) are dumped, abandoned or killed, considered too old or too slow for the next season. Hope for Podencos are here to help these poor dogs feel loved once again.
German Shepherd Rescue Scotland was established in 2008 to re-home German Shepherd dogs throughout Scotland. They are a registered charity, and rely solely on donations to cover the costs of rescuing dogs, these include kennelling, transportation and expensive veterinary fees. Their aim is to ensure that all rescue dogs are re-homed and are safe, secure and well loved (the right dog for the right home).
#9 – JR Whippet Rescue
For over 40 years JR Whippet Rescue has been helping whippets in need. Whippets who have been lost, abandoned, or have strayed. Whippets who have been neglected or ill treated and are suffering physical and/or mental distress. Whippets who are threatened with destruction or with sale to a dealer. Whippets whose owners are experiencing life changes incompatible with continuing to care for their dogs. Whippets, most importantly, who may not survive without our help. Every year they secure the futures of more than 100 whippets genuinely in need of rescue or urgent rehoming.
#10 – MND Association
The MND Association focuses on improving access to care, research and campaigning for those people living with or affected by Motor Neurone Disease in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. This charity in particular helped my father during the time he suffered with the disease.
#11 – Borders Pet Rescue
Borders Pet Rescue have been dedicated to the rescue and re-homing of domestic pets in the Scottish Borders since 1988. Their mission is twofold: to find suitable loving homes for abandoned and unwanted pets and to promote responsible pet ownership through education and training.
#12 – All Dogs Matter
All Dogs Matter work in partnership with individuals and organisations to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home dogs in need. Their many partners include local council authorities, foster carers, dog trainers and vet practices, they also work with members of the public to re-home their dogs if they are no longer able to look after them and help to reunite owners with lost dogs.
#13 – World Land Trust
World Land Trust and its overseas project partners have been instrumental in the purchase and protection of more than 2,222,247 acres of tropical forest and other threatened habitats, and together ensure that more than four million acres of land is managed under active protection worldwide.
Angels for Animals Foundation is a volunteer-run UK registered charity that is committed to supporting the rescue and rehabilitation of stray, abandoned and abused dogs via partnerships with on-the-ground activists and rescuers abroad and rehoming as many of those animals as possible into loving homes in the United Kingdom. They are here to help any breed, age and size of dog. Angels for Animals Foundation aims to be entirely indiscriminate.
If you have a charity you would like us to be involved with, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org providing the details along with a short story and we will add your chosen charity to the list.