Cruelty-Free Pet Care Brand Launches Christmas Campaign With Manchester Dogs Home
Cooper & Gracie has joined forces with Manchester and Cheshire Dogs’ Homes this Christmas to find 12 of its long-term residents their forever home.
Current residents of the rescue home received the ultimate pampering to get them looking their best for Christmas time with the hope of attracting their forever family.
As part of its mission to help 10 million rescue dogs across the world, Cooper & Gracie, a cruelty-free pet brand- is also donating any returned or damaged products to charities for them to use on their canine residents, as well as making financial donations to other animal rescue centres to help provide support for un-homed dogs.
Founder, Craig Roberts, explained his idea behind the campaign: “Cooper & Gracie has committed to help support 10 million dogs across the world in some form – whether they be in rescue homes or walking the streets. From donations, vaccinations, food and cruelty free treatments we strive to help as many dogs as we possibly can.
“It’s well documented that Christmas time sees a huge increase in dogs being abandoned with young puppies being chosen as the perfect gift rather than older dogs being chosen.
“We wanted to work with Manchester and Cheshire Dogs home to help show some of the amazing dogs that they have that are looking for their forever home this Christmas, which might ordinarily get overlooked.”
The family run business is looking to work with charities around the world to help rescue, treat and protect abandoned and homeless dogs. Any charities that would be interested in working with Cooper and Gracie should email email@example.com for further details.
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"We wanted to work with Manchester Dogs home to help show some of the amazing dogs that they have that are looking for their forever home this Christmas"
Founder, Craig Roberts
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