At the end of July, on a lovely Summer's day, we had a little gathering at Freedom Field Bluebells of some the beautiful Goldens we have rescued and rehomed.
It was a beautiful day, the sun was shining and the field was full of over 25 of our gorgeous kids and their wonderful families.
It was so special to see how happy, healthy and loved all our goldens are and they are all simply thriving .
You would never know what a vile start they all had.
We also raised £400
which was fantastic.
Lisa joined them and says it was an amazing morning and simply incredible watching them one by one taking their life in their hands and abseiling down.
We know just how hard this was for some but the courage that was shown was simply breathtaking!
We can’t thank them all enough - especially Sarah Padget who organised the event.
Thanks to their kindness and fundraising efforts we are able to offer another 7 lucky kids the chance of a happy life.
Our wonderful friends at Golden Get Together Midlands held a virtual coffee morning for us in April 2020.
We all took time out to enjoy a coffee and cake!
This incredible group of golden lovers raised an amazing £600.
We are so grateful - in these uncertain times the funds are very much appreciated.
Special thanks to Kathryn, Andy and Chrissie for organising it.
On behalf of the goldens who need us more than ever
We at Happy Paws HQ are simply overwhelmed!
In April 2020 Happy Paws rescue Murphy was just about to celebrate his 1st Gotcha Day.
To mark the occasion and the love and joy that Murphy has brought to their lives, his Dad decided to raise much needed funds for one of our recent rescues, sweet Netty, who needed a major operation.
Together with Murphy's Dad, the wonderful people at Golden Retriever GB, Get Together in The Midlands Golden Retriever sites and our own Happy Paws supporters, they raised £1,000.
Netty is now living living the dream with her wonderful forever family. You can read her story here.
Thank you again to everyone, especially Murphy and his Dad.
David has always been a very compassionate person especially when it comes to animal welfare.
So he decided to take part in the Major Series Mud Run. He even managed to encourage a couple of mates to help.
They ran up hills, dragged themselves through mud and dirt, climbed over an assortment of obstacles and ran 10k.
Team Happy Paws were knackered when they reached the finish line but they were thankful for all the very kind support they had been shown.
April's family adopted Barty - a dog who was very cruelty treated. Luckily for him Happy Paws took him under our wing.
April wanted to help raise money to save another golden so she ran the Paris Marathon.
Sophie and her lovely Happy Paws baby Poppy have raised £125 for the charity.
Sophie is a real animal lover and it's so great to see her getting actively involved to help other dogs in need.