The business has long been a supporter of the charity and recently donated to the cause.
Dogrobes’ director Margaret Reynolds travelled to the Dogs Trust centre in Glasgow to present the donation. She met the staff and the dogs they care for and heard more about the charity.
In turn, Dogrobes was invited to become a Corporate Friend, recognising the links between the charity and the company which produces drying jackets for dogs.
As a Corporate Friend, Dogrobes has pledged to continue giving regular support to the charity, while helping raise the profile of the cause and its important outreach work.
Margaret said: “It’s thanks to our customers that we’ve given this latest cheque, because a donation from the sale of every Dogrobe goes to Dogs Trust. I had a great tour of the Glasgow centre, I only wish could have taken all the dogs home with me! Since the visit, I’ve come away with renewed enthusiasm and determination to continue supporting such a great cause through the sales of our Dogrobes.”
Kirsty Scott, fundraising officer for the Dogs Trust said: “It was wonderful to receive a donation from Dogrobes. Every single donation is valued, and goes towards helping dogs in our care and our outreach work. We’ve recently started a new ‘Corporate Friend’ scheme, and we’re delighted that Dogrobes has become part of that.”
Dogs Trust is the largest dog welfare charity in the UK and its mission is to bring about the day when all dogs can enjoy a happy life.
Each year the charity cares for around 16,000 dogs at its 19 rehoming centres, and no healthy dog is ever destroyed.