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Dog Pawty Design Centre Chelsea

It's no secret that we are a little dog obsessed here at Fetch & Follow, so we were naturally proud to take part in the 2017 Dog Pawty at Chelsea Harbour to help raise money for Wild at Heart Foundation
Pampered pooches and hip hounds headed to the Design Centre, with their glamorous owners for the evening event. The summer dog show and drinks party was held inside the centre this year with a live band performing alongside dogs strutting their stuff.
Dapper dogs all spruced up for the pageant paraded around the special arena for a chance to win a much-coveted rosette, before heading off to have their ‘pawtraits’ drawn. Guests tucked into ‘pup’ cakes, ‘dogtails’ and canapés. Classes included Dog With The Waggiest Tail, Cool Canine, Most Like Their Owner, Most Elegant and Best Veteran
Described as ‘couture for the home’ the Design Centre; Chelsea Harbour is well established as the world’s premier destination for design excellence. More than a resource, it is a thriving platform, both creatively and commercially, for an exceptionally dynamic industry. Home to 120 showrooms and over 600 of the world’s most prestigious luxury brands, it is the largest of its kind in Europe.
We had so much fun meeting lots of new people and their four legged friends while helping raise awareness for such a great charity (below more information)
Wild at Heart Foundation believes that a dog can lift our mood, change our day, keep us active and transform a house into a home. They are our fierce protectors, guard us and perform heroic feats. They offer freely what humans can spend lifetime learning, which is to love unconditionally. They save our lives in many ways. This is why Wild at Heart Foundation wants to end the suffering of these amazing creatures. They do this by providing funding and support to international rescue and adoption projects. Organising neutering programmes, including research into new sterilization techniques. Delivering education initiatives to children, teaching our next generation how important it is to care for animals. 
 
For more information visit
www.wildatheartfoundation.org