Please help this gentleman raise some dosh for The Dogs Trust #dogs #strays #mansbestfriend

via Help Me Raise £250 For The Dogs Trust By Leaving Me A Link To Your Blog

The gentleman who is running this campaign is donating £1 for every blog address left in the comments of his post on his blog

You must post on his blog, not mine.

up to a very respectable limit of 250

and is also adding extra bung for reblogs via the “Press This” button.

Links submitted will be kept and displayed on his website for the duration of 2018, so the reward for you humans is in extra traffic to your blogs.

The Dogs Trust do what they say on the tin, they are a charity looking after dogs in England that have fallen on hard times.

A splendid cause, and I commend the campaign to the nation.

Please consider a donation directly to them too if you are in a position to be able to do so.

Meet Hugh



  1. Hi, Ian. Thanks so much for sharing my post and helping me donate money to The Dogs Trust this Christmas. Thanks as well for sharing the details of my book, Glimpses. I really appreciate all your help.
    Merry Christmas to you. 🎄

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  2. Thank you for the information. I do have a number of followers / viewers from the UK so I hope the reblog will get the information out to them. Hugs

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  3. I already sponsor three dogs for The Dog’s Trust and have done for several years. A few days ago I was notified that my lovely Spot has died and have been given Goldie to take her place. Why it always happens at this time of year beats me! Unhappily I cannot donate to anything else!

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    1. Wasn’t Goldie one of the Blue Peter dogs? She must be a year or two old by now! There’s no need to bung any money out for this chap – you just add your link, the gentleman adds a quid to his own donation, and hopefully we all benefit from extra traffic and sales (and the bloke’s book of short stories does look good)… 🙂 I am still working out whether I can support a dog in the style to which I would like a rescue dog to become accustomed – as soon as.

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