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Get mucky with PetMania for Dogs Aid

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Run-A-Muck Challange – Sat 11th March

Run-A-Muck is a 5km or 10km obstacle challange happening on 11th March.

Petmania Santry is putting a team together to help raise funds for Dogs Aid. They will provide a t-shirt and a sponsor card.

Entry costs €32, you can call into the shop in Gullivers Retail Park, Santry and pay your money to Asst Manager Ger McKevitt

Find more details about the event on Run-A-Muck’s website

Contact Ger on 01 8577780

 

Items for a market stall

One of our volunteers is going to be taking a stall at a market at some stage in Nov/Dec and we’re asking for any new and unopened items that we could sell at it.

If you have any unwanted gifts, new toys we’d really appreciate them for our stall. They can be dropped into the sanctuary, we’re open 6 days a week between 1pm and 4pm

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Cake Sale

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Bring and buy cake sale in aid of Dogs Aid.

Riverdale Tennis club, Glasnevin Ave.

Saturday 24th September, 10am to 5pm

Music from 1pm to 5pm, raffles, prizes and more

No longer able to accept TY students

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Unfortunately due to the litigious nature of our current society Dogs Aid are no longer able to accept students under the age of 18 on any kind of work experience. This includes TY students – whilst school insurance protects the student and the school it unfortunately does not protect Dogs Aid.

Apologies for any disappointment

Musical Bingo

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Musical bingo and karaoke night in aid of Dogs Aid and My Lovely Horse Rescue this Friday 9th September, Temple Pub on the corner of Dorset Street and Temple Street.

Admission free and finger food provided, bingo €5 per game lots of prizes and plenty laughs and singing :)
Kicks off 8pm

THANK YOU to Aer Lingus Cabin Crew

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Thank you very much to Niamh and all the cabin crew from Aer Lingus who raised a fantastic €810 for the sanctuary.

Every bit of fundraising goes to the dogs, the sanctuary is run entirely by volunteers and the only wages are a cuppa and a biscuit :)