Brackenhurst BTEC Animal Management Students raise a paw to help local dog rescue centre

Nottingham Trent University (NTU) Animal Management Extended Diploma students at Brackenhust campus organised a pet food collection for Halfway Home Dog Rescue in Collingham, Newark.

Students contributed dog food and money was raised at a Onesie Wednesday event when NTU students wore their onesies around the Brackenhurst campus.

Valerie Hosegood, owner of Halfway Home, came to Brackenhurst campus on Thursday 29 January to collect the pet food and money raised by the students.

She said: "The money raised by NTU's Brackenhurst Animal Management students will help greatly towards paying for dogs at the rescue centre to have their vaccinations and the food is greatly received."

Valerie currently has 14 dogs at her rescue centre all waiting for a new loving home. Halfway Home has an open day and dog show on Sunday 20 June 2015 which is open to the public – visit the Halfway Home Dog Rescue website for more information.

Brackenhurst BTEC Animal Management Students raise a paw to help local dog rescue centre

Published on 6 February 2015
  • Category: School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences

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