National Animal Welfare Trust

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National Animal Welfare Trust

National Animal Welfare Trust (NAWT) celebrates 50 years of rescue and rehoming this year. The charity was originally set up to find homes for dogs destined for laboratories. Now its rescue and rehoming work includes many different pets from dogs and cats to rabbits and guinea pigs. All animals are treated on an individual basis and can stay for as long as they need to find their forever homes.  NAWT became the first UK rescue to become an Open Paw organisation in 2015. The aim of Open Paw is to focus on building social skills all dogs need in order to settle into life in their new homes quickly and comfortably. Watch the video to find out more!

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