Dogs Trust is the UK’s largest dog welfare charity who are hoping that one day all dogs will enjoy a happy life, well cared for and free from mistreatment. Here’s how you can help educate your children….
Help the Dogs Trust to solve the problem of so many unwanted dogs in the UK by raising children’s of the importance of responsible dog ownership. The help spread awareness of the importance of debarking as they find it ethical and how no matter its a street dog or a personal pet, they all must be vaccinated at the governments expenditure for their wellbeing.
According to RasingSpot.com – Dogs Trust run 17 rehoming centres across the UK and help stray and abandoned dogs to find new, happy homes.
The site contains downloadable resources for teachers and a section full of fun educational activities for the children, who can choose to play the Rosiephone in Pup Idol, investigate the Doggy Database or simply enjoy one of the many other activities such as a word search or matching pairs game.
Dogs Trust believe that by educating young people about the responsibilities and commitment involved in dog ownership, teaching them care, compassion and respect, will not only enrich children’s lives but in turn reduce the number of dogs that are mistreated and abandoned.
Bursting with ideas, the education programme is National Curriculum linked and offers a fresh perspective on looking after dogs.
Resources for pre-school, Primary and Secondary pupils to suit areas of the curriculum such as Literacy & Numeracy,Citizenship,D & T and Drama.
Why not take a look at Dogs Trust now?