Rachel is part of a incredible team of supporters who are going to #RunForWag this September in the 2022 Great North Run. Here she shares her inspiration to join #TeamWag ♥️
We’re absolutely delighted to be welcoming Castlebank Care Home in Tow Law as a Community Friend of Wag! Other than a break caused by Covid restrictions, we’ve been visiting Castlebank since 2017, first with Sylvia and Jamie and then with Terry and Dotty. Becoming a Community Friend has immediately elevated Castlebank to the very top…
The Summer newsletter is brimming with lovely stories and is definitely worth a read over a cuppa!
After months of training and preparations our group of Coast to Coast riders completed their epic 128 mile ride.
We’ve had a wonderful time at Peterlee Parachute Centre…so we thought we’d do it again!
Our online shop has a great selection of items for dog lovers and for dog owners.
We’re delighted to be welcoming Manchester based ‘Purple’ as a Corporate Friend of Wag.
We’re delighted to be welcoming Money Penny Wealth Management as a Corporate Friend of Wag.
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We’ll be exhibiting at the North East Dog Festival on Saturday 3rd September at Kirkley Hall.
Wag volunteer, Sean Malone, had been keeping in touch with Tom regularly during Lockdown but unfortunately his dog Alfie is unwell; enter little Ted to pick up the mantle!
Since January 2020, Sharon and her Friendship Dog Millie have been visiting Winnie in Newcastle and as Terrie who referred Winnie to us said: It was love at first sight!
We were so very sorry to hear last week of the death of one of our older friends, Mrs Jane Stobbart from Sunderland much loved by Visiting Wag Team, Lynn Knight and Max.
We felt so privileged to be able to help a family at this difficult time.
Since February 2019, Liz and Friendship Dog, Milly, have been visiting Norman in his own home in Prudhoe.
We received a referral on the 23rd December for Joan who has a terminal illness in her own home in Newcastle City with 24/7 nursing care. Joan is completely bed ridden, has no family in the region and no-one to visit.
Mrs Lynn Brennan was referred to us in August 2018 by her GP and also by St Oswald’s Hospice because of her severe arthritis; she has subsequently been diagnosed with chronic lung disease.
Olivia and Kobe have been visiting Ella since January 2019. Ella has full time carers and a condition which confines her to a wheelchair which is very challenging for her.
Terry and his dog, Dotty, have been visiting the lovely Eddie in his own home in Bishop Auckland since November 2019 and they’ve built a beautiful friendship.