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Virtual Running Benefits

Virtual Running Benefits

The period of lockdown resulting from the pandemic has changed the look and feel of many parts of our day to day life, including hobbies, activities and so much more.

This is also true for running, where many large events have opted to go virtual instead of being delivered in person.

But running virtually can be a great thing, allowing runners a tangible goal during an uncertain time – as well as grabbing some goodies along the way!

We’ve put together our list of the top 4 benefits of running virtually.

1. New Motivation

Let’s face it; motivation during the past 12 months has been harder to come by than usual. Not knowing what the future holds has had a real impact on our way of living, socialising, exercising – everything.

So having a virtual event to look forward to can be hugely important to your motivation levels. Being able to set a goal and follow a training schedule gives you something to aim for and can help create good habits, even after the event is over. Virtual running actually produces two really important aspects for effective behavioural change – accountability and incentive.

2. You’re in Charge

One of the best things about a virtual event – you’re in charge! You get to decide what your event day run looks and feels like. Do you want to breathe in nature? Go for it. Want to jog around your local park 10 times? Why not. Want to run laps around your garden? Be our guest. The only thing you need to worry about is completing the distance of your chosen event, the rest is up to you.

3. Community Feeling

Even though we won’t be together in person, that doesn’t we won’t be together in spirit! Unfortunately, guidelines have dictated over the last 12 years that crowds should be avoided. So when else will you be able to join other like-minded runners, all trying to achieve a similar goal?! As soon as you put your race number on and head out the front door on your event day, you join the #bigfunrun family and become part of something much bigger.

4. Swag

If we’re being honest with ourselves, one of the best things about running an event is the kit you receive afterwards. If you don’t Instagram the medal once you’re finished, did you even run the race?!

But completing a virtual run is a huge accomplishment in itself, and you deserve to have that achievement commemorated with some great goodies.

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Smoothie Recipes for Runners

Smoothie Recipes for Runners

There’s nothing worse than running on an empty stomach. Not having the energy to fuel the performance you’re capable of can be frustrating and ultimately demoralising for runners. Smoothies are a really effective and healthy way to increase your energy levels and can boost recovery post-run. 

Here are our top 5 recipes.

1) Banana Smoothie

– 1 cup of milk (whatever kind is your preference)
– 1 large banana
– 1 tablespoon of peanut/almond butter
– ¼ teaspoon of vanilla extract (optional)

This is a really easy and quick one, simply pop all the ingredients into your blender and then blitz until you get a consistency you’re happy with. Bananas are perfect for an active lifestyle, they’re quick and easy to eat, and they provide energy through their healthy carbohydrates and potassium. This helps control muscle contractions during activity and also aids recovery by restoring electrolyte balance post-activity.

2) Green Smoothie

– 1 cup of almond milk
– 1 apple
– 2 handfuls of baby spinach leaves
– 1 tablespoon of peanut/almond butter
– 1 scoop protein powder (optional)

If you can see past the colour it turns your smoothie, spinach is a great ingredient. It’s low in calories, but high in fiber, iron, zinc, folate, calcium, and vitamins A, C, and K. The nitric oxide reduces the amount of oxygen muscles require during activity, making running easier and reducing the chance of injury. Just 2 small handfuls in your smoothie will provide a huge amount of nutrional benefit! Blitz all the ingredients together and pop in a scoop of protein if desired.

3) Blueberry Smoothie

– 1 cup of milk
– 1 cup blueberries
– 1 cup blackberries
– 1/2 cup of Greek yoghurt 
– 1 large banana
– 1 scoop protein powder (optional)

Blueberries are incredibly good for you. They are very low in calories but high in nutrients. They’re packed with antioxidants, which protect your body from unstable molecules that can damage your cells and contribute to aging and diseases. Adding the yoghurt into this recipe is not only delicious but is a good source of protein and calcium. Again just pop in to the blender and blitz until its smooth.

4) Tropical Smoothie

– 1 cup of milk
– ¼ cup of Greek yoghurt
– 1 large banana
– 1/2 cup frozen pineapple chunks
– 1/2 cup frozen mango chunks
– 1 teaspoon dessicated coconut (optional)
– 1 teaspoon honey (optional)

Pineapples are packed with immune-boosting nutrients and enhance heart health by dissolving artery plaque. They’re great to eat post activity as they reduce the time it takes to recover from exercise due to their anti-inflammatory properties. Mango is full of fiber and antioxidants making this smoothie packed with nutrition and perfect for a runner pre or post run. Put the ingredients in the blender and blend till its done. Add the coconut and/or honey if you like your smoothies a little bit sweeter.

5) Avocado Smoothie

– 1 cup of almond milk
– 1 ripe avocado
– 1 cup greek yoghurt
– 1 kiwi

Avocado is full of healthy fats. This helps to fill you up, meaning a single avocado can reduce the desire to overeat or snack later in the day. Avocados are rich in monounsaturated fat, making them a great source of energy for longer exercise sessions. A whole avocado contains around 230 calories – providing 3g of protein and 9g of fibre, which ensures high energy levels and stabilised blood sugar.

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5K in Memory of Gentle Giant, “Lee Long Legs”

5K IN MEMORY OF GENTLE GIANT, “LEE LONG LEGS”

Stacey is taking part in Dog Jog Middlesbrough in memory of her brother Lee, who sadly took his own life in March 2017.

“Lee left behind many people who loved and cared for him. He was a gentle giant”, Stacey said.

Her dog, Gunner, will be by her side as she runs for Campaign Against Miserable Living (CALM). CALM is a charity dedicated to preventing male suicide, the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK.

In 2015, 75% of all UK suicides were male.

Speaking about Lee, Stacey said, “He was a real man, he provided and did right by his family. I think men hide their feelings, they protect us despite what they are going through, and that is why I chose CALM.”

Gunner has always been there for Stacey, especially through the hard times.

“Through everything that happened, he was my support that never left my side. I was never alone.”

Stacey hopes that her fundraising can raise awareness for people in a similar situation to her brother.

“I feel nothing that I say would give him the justice his memory deserves. All I know is if I can prevent this happening to someone else, then I will try, I will always be there because I couldn’t be there for him.”
 
Stacey is currently studying counselling and hopes to assist in any way she can once her degree is finished.

“I hope to progress my degree in counselling. My main aim is to help and support suicide awareness, suicide prevention and support after suicide.”

Dog Jog Middlesbrough takes place on Sunday 21st October at Albert Park and provides a brilliant opportunity for runners to accomplish their personal goals with their dogs; whether raising money for a worthwhile cause or simply keeping fit.

Dog Jogs are all about a friendly, relaxed and fun atmosphere for everyone involved with no time limits or pressure. Each participant will receive a Doggy Bag jam-packed with goodies for both runner and dog to enjoy once they cross the finish line. There’s no other event like it in the UK.

To support Stacey and Gunner’s 5K challenge for CALM and to read more about their story please visit:

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/dogjogleeoneill

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5K Dog Jog for Third World Animal Welfare

5K DOG JOG FOR THIRD WORLD ANIMAL WELFARE

Hannah Parr and her 5 year old Border Collie Ralph are taking on their Dog Jog 5K challenge at Willen Lake on Sunday in aid of SFT Animal Sanctuary in Tangier, Morocco.

Hannah volunteered for the sanctuary back in September 2017 and will soon return for the foreseeable future this September. “It was something I’d always dreamed of doing, but I could still not have prepared myself for how much this place would completely steal my heart” Hannah explained.

SFT is run by a small dedicated team and the sanctuary is currently home to over 500 animals including over 300 dogs, 120 cats, 30 donkeys and many more. Many have been injured, abandoned and abused before being rescued.

The sanctuary also cares for strays living on the streets which they treat, vaccinate, neuter and tag.

“It completely opened my eyes to the problems of animal welfare in third world countries like Morocco”.

During her time spent there, Hannah got stuck in with all kinds of volunteering activities.

She explained “I was involved in everything from cuddling all of the animals, to picking up poop and cleaning out enclosures. I also ventured out some days to visit the tagged strays and feed them and make sure they were well”.

The sanctuary is in desperate need of funding and support to continue their vital work and Hannah is doing her best to help.

“Since returning I have been doing lots of admin, press and social media work to help raise awareness of SFT.”

“I was also looking for an activity to take part in to raise money for the sanctuary and when I found out about Dog Jog I thought there was no better way to raise money for a charity which is home to so many dogs in need!”.

Dog Jog Milton Keynes takes place on Sunday 2nd September at Willen Lake and provides a brilliant opportunity for runners to accomplish their personal goals with their dogs; whether raising money for a worthwhile cause or simply keeping fit.

As of yet, the sanctuary receives no government funding and relies solely on generous donations of individuals.

Dog Jogs are all about a friendly, relaxed and fun atmosphere for everyone involved with no time limits or pressure. Each participant will receive a Doggy Bag jam-packed with goodies for both runner and dog to enjoy once they cross the finish line. There’s no other event like it in the UK.

“I’m definitely not a runner, and this will be a struggle for me, but I’m putting those feelings aside to run 5K for this amazing charity”.

The events are also a great way for participants to raise money for a charity they really care about, whether it be a dog-related charity or otherwise.

“I’m feeling nervous but positive and I know that Ralph will keep me going every step of the way as he is much fitter than me!”.

Entries are still open for the event on Sunday. To find out more and enter, visit https://www.dogjog.co.uk/milton-keynes/.

To support Hannah and Ralph’s fundraising for SFT Animal Sanctuary in Tangier visit: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/sftanimalsanctuary.

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Dog Jog for Ovarian Cancer Research

DOG JOG FOR OVARIAN CANCER RESEARCH

On 19th April 2018, Katie Eagleton lost her mum Louise after a short battle with ovarian cancer aged only 66.

“She was an amazing wife, a perfect mum and a super nanny. Loving, selfless and kind we miss her more than words can say” Katie said.

Louise suffered from symptoms including acute constipation and severe abdominal bloating which were treated by her local GP prior to her diagnosis of ovarian cancer.

Every year 7,300 women in the UK are diagnosed with ovarian cancer with two thirds of women diagnosed once the cancer has already spread.

Katie’s family are raising money together for Target Ovarian Cancer in memory of Louise and are completing a range of fundraising activities.

Target Ovarian Cancer are the UK’s leading ovarian cancer charity who work tirelessly to improve early diagnosis, fund life-saving research and provide much-needed support to women with ovarian cancer.

“My oldest friend Ellie asked friends and family to donate to our chosen charity for her 40th birthday celebrations rather than receiving gifts and my dad has put himself forward as Vice president of the pensioners group at his golf club to influence the charity they will support this year” Katie explained.

Katie is completing 5k in Dog Jog in Maidstone’s Mote Park alongside her 4 year old cocker spaniel Bailey.

5k is a personal challenge for Katie as she has worked hard to overcome her own illness, MS.

“MS is a dark cloud over my head and it has been a long road for me where at times I was unable to walk, feel my legs or feel temperature”.

“I had put on more than 3 and a half stone and I was very lethargic and tired all the time. I’ve lost over 40lbs to date”.

Katie’s canine running buddy Bailey has been a huge support in her health and fitness journey.

“He’s the reason for my improved fitness; we run around Mote Park three times a week as well as walk the other days” Katie said.

“I live in fear that my MS will flare up and I will lose all that I have achieved to date but Bailey is an amazing support. If I get tired he is equally happy to lay down and have a rest with me”.

To support Katie and Bailey’s 5k challenge to raise awareness of ovarian cancer in memory of Louise please visit: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/katie-eagleton2

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Duo’s Dog Jog for 6VT Youth Cafe

DUO’S DOG JOG FOR 6VT YOUTH CAFE

Dale Wilkinson from Edinburgh is taking part in Dog Jog Edinburgh in July to say thank you 6VT Youth Cafe in Edinburgh and raise money to support their Cairn Project which supports young victims of crime.

Dale explained: “I first visited 6VT when I was just 14 years old. I’d gone through a difficult time as a young person and found a safe, welcoming space there. I started living at Edinburgh’s Drummond Street when I when I was 16 and was suddenly responsible for managing and running a household”.

He went on to describe the incredible support he received from 6VT.

“6VT’s support at this time was immeasurable. An elderly relative of one of the staff members had passed away and as such, I was offered their basic household goods which enabled me to set up home. As well as this, I benefited from a course they provided – Keysteps, that helps young people gain the necessary skills required when living independently.

How do you pay a bill if you never have? How do you cook basic meals? How do you keep yourself safe and be a responsible tenant? 6VT was a great source of support at a crucial time in my early life and showed me how” he said.

In 2013, to show his thanks to 6VT, Dale ran the Edinburgh Marathon and raised funds to help other young people in need.

“I am now very excited to be running Dog Jog with another of 6VT’s success stories – Skylar!”

Lacing his running shoes once again, Dale is running 5k at Edinburgh’s Dog Jog in July alongside his canine companion, 7 year old Collie Skylar.

The Dog Jog Series provides a brilliant opportunity for runners to accomplish their personal goals with their dogs; whether raising money for a worthwhile cause or simply keeping fit.

Dog Jogs are all about a friendly, relaxed and fun atmosphere for everyone involved with no time limits or pressure. Each participant will receive a Doggy Bag jam-packed with goodies for both runner and dog to enjoy once they cross the finish line. There’s no other event like it in the UK.

The events are also a great way for participants to raise money for a charity they really care about, whether it be a dog-related charity or otherwise.

Having faced a difficult start in life herself Skylar found herself homeless and in need of a new home. She finally found her forever home in the care of two families, one member of which works with 6VT.

“Skylar goes to 6VT a couple of times a month and spends her time with teenagers at the drop in, where young people talk about difficult times and how this affects them trusting people. She is then in great demand for big hugs!”

“She also occasionally attends the toddler group 6VT run and has also been out on “walk and talk” sessions which involves a member of staff going out for a walk with a young person to talk over issues they might be experiencing. Skylar is a calming and cuddly distraction for them” Dale said.

Dog Jog comes to Edinburgh on Sunday 29th July. Entries are open now. For more information and to enter, visit the website: www.dogjog.co.uk/edinburgh/.

“Not having the best start in life can hurt but we’re both proof that life can get better and we want to help others too”.

To read more about Dale and Skylar’s story and donate, please visit https://mydonate.bt.com/fundraisers/skylardale

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Riley’s Run for Ramsay

RILEY’S RUN FOR RAMSAY

Vicky Allison, 31 from Haslingden is taking part in Dog Jog Manchester to raise money for Dogs Trust.

Vicky first starting running last year after losing 5 stone in weight, as she was struggling to stay motivated. She explains:

“I thought I would give running a go, I was struggling to fit in training around dog walking, so decided to get my dog Ramsay into running. He ran 2-3 miles most days with me. I love the freedom that running gives you; to get out of the house and be able to go anywhere that your legs take you, it gives you time to think and distress.

I love running with a dog as I think it builds up a greater bond and trust between you and them, Ramsay was happiest when he was outside and was so focused when he ran, although people were very keen to move out of the way with a 40KG shepherd running towards them!”

At the beginning of April this year, Vicky received some devastating news about her German Shepherd, Ramsay.

“Ramsay was 6 ½ years old; we had him from 8 weeks. He had been poorly and deteriorated at the beginning of April, we made the heart-breaking decision to put him down a few days later. We spent his last few days doing everything he loved, long walks, running – he slept on the bed with us, drank beer, had steak for tea and cheeseburgers for breakfast – he was the happiest he had been in a long time.” she explained.

In order to help Vicky with the grief, she decided to take up running with her other dog, Riley.

“Shortly after Ramsay died, myself and my partner Chris completed the Manchester 10K in his memory raising over £500 for Dogs Trust, but with him no longer around I struggled to motivate myself to want to run again. Riley has since become my new running partner

He loves it, sometimes pulling me up hills when I’m ready to stop, he can easily run a 5K without tiring, so when I saw Dog Jog advertised online, I thought we would give it a go”.

“We have had Riley, our miniature schnauzer since he was 8 weeks old, he will be 6 in August (2 days after dog jog). At the time we got him as we wanted a friend for Ramsay (despite the obvious size differences!). He settled in straight away. He sleeps in our bed, loves to go everywhere with us, he has been in holidays to Cornwall, loves the pub, the beach, kisses and plenty of cuddles, he is a very affectionate dog and would spend every minute with us if he could.” she said.

Dog Jog Manchester takes place on Saturday 18th August at Heaton Park and provides a brilliant opportunity for runners to accomplish their personal goals with their dogs; whether raising money for a worthwhile cause or simply keeping fit.

Dog Jogs are all about a friendly, relaxed and fun atmosphere for everyone involved with no time limits or pressure. Each participant will receive a Doggy Bag jam-packed with goodies for both runner and dog to enjoy once they cross the finish line. There’s no other event like it in the UK.

The events are also a great way for participants to raise money for a charity they really care about, whether it be a dog-related charity or otherwise.

Vicky said: “I thought it would be nice for him to do something in memory of Ramsay, on what would’ve been his 7th birthday. He will be running with his Dog Jog bandana on to raise some money from his doggy friends to help others at Dogs Trust.

Riley is so fortunate and it’s lovely that he can give something back by doing something that he loves.”

“We are both very much looking forward to Dog Jog, it will be a nice change to be running with so many dogs instead of people and I’m sure the atmosphere will be amazing. Riley loves other dogs and will be so excited to see so many in one place, and I think his (or maybe my!) competitive side is bound to come out!”

Entries for the Dog Jog series are now open for all events throughout the UK. For more information and to find an event near you, visit the website: www.dogjog.co.uk.

To read more about Vicky’s story and donate, please visit https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/rileysrunforramsay

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Running for Dad

RUNNING FOR DAD

Ifza Tindall, 23 from Sheffield is taking part in Dog Jog Sheffield this August to raise money for Motor Neurone Disease Association.

Back in 2007, Ifza and her family received the devastating news that her father suffered from the disease.

“We didn’t realise my father had MND until after many trips to different doctors who initially diagnosed him with MS. The first signs were a trip here and there, and then the first bit of muscle loss was in the area between his first finger and thumb, a place I would forget I even have muscle until I see someone without it.” she explained.

MND is a debilitating illness which stops the signals travelling from your brain to your muscles, leading to the deterioration of muscle tissue, leading to paralysis.

Motor Neurone Disease Association helps provide those who are affected and their families, with information on the disease, as well as managing symptoms, treatment, care and financial support.

“When my father was diagnosed with MND 13 years ago, the association stepped in with counselling support and more MND specific support. They offered support groups to attend for not only my dad but the whole family affected, as well as training on how to care for someone with MND. They helped us develop techniques to support him to provide him with the best quality of life possible.” Ifza said.

She went on to describe details of the fantastic support her and her family have received.

“They provided us with an electric chair to help my dad get in and out of the chair to watch egg heads – he’s very intelligent but has lost the ability to communicate, game shows are a way to stimulating thinking.

They provided physical aids such as straps to collect the bottom of the leg to the foot to stop the foot from dropping as my father could no longer control the movement of his foot. They provided protein shakes to maintain muscle retention because he is now unable to chew, and also helped out with nurses trained specifically to deal with MND symptoms.

Palliative care should never be overlooked, but is one of the most important parts of
care for someone with a terminal illness.” she said.

Ifza followed in her dad’s footsteps with a keen interest in weight lifting and going to the gym, however she’s not a keen runner, so thought Dog Jog Sheffield would be the perfect challenge for her to push herself out of her comfort zone!

Ifza said: “My four legged friend is called Toby and he is a miniature poodle. He loves running, mainly in circles around a sock, but running none-the-less. Training for this run has given us the opportunity to bond and spend time together, he motivates me because he can run so far and fast and when I lag he waits for me.”

The Dog Jog Series provides a brilliant opportunity for runners to accomplish their personal goals with their dogs; whether raising money for a worthwhile cause or simply keeping fit.

Dog Jogs are all about a friendly, relaxed and fun atmosphere for everyone involved with no time limits or pressure. Each participant will receive a Doggy Bag jam-packed with goodies for both runner and dog to enjoy once they cross the finish line. There’s no other event like it in the UK.

The events are also a great way for participants to raise money for a charity they really care about, whether it be a dog-related charity or otherwise.

“The MND association does some brilliant work for a very important cause, the severity of this illness needs to be addressed and tackled. As fun as running with my furry best friend is, my intention is to use the run as a means of publicising the illness, raising awareness of the charity and ultimately money to support them in their efforts.” said Ifza.

Entries for the Dog Jog series are now open for all events throughout the UK. For more information and to find an event near you, visit the website: www.dogjog.co.uk.

To read more about Ifza’s story and donate, please visit https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/ifza-tindall

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Running for Mum

RUNNING FOR MUM

At around Christmas time in 2016, Victoria Brown, 23 from Leeds life turned upside down when she realised her mum had Motor Neurone Disease.

“We started noticing that something wasn’t quite right. We assumed she’d had one too many
drinks, but by February the doctors were concerned that she’d had a stroke. By April 2017 she was diagnosed with MND and lost most of her ability to speak and swallow” Victoria said.

Motor Neurone Disease is a degenerative condition that affects the brain and nerves. Over time, it causes weakness and loss of function in arms, legs, speech, ability to swallow and, eventually, breathing. The average life expectancy for someone with MND is 3-5 years. There is a 1 in 300 chance of getting MND and there is no cure.

“Mum has a type of MND called Progressive Bulbar Palsy, which notably sees weakness in speech and swallowing. It has an average life expectancy of 6 months to 3 years.” said Victoria.

Victoria decided to do something positive and raise money for the MND Association by signing up to take part in Dog Jog Leeds which takes place at Roundhay Park on Saturday 21st July. Dog Jog provides a brilliant opportunity for runners to accomplish their personal goals with their dogs; whether raising money for a worthwhile cause or simply keeping fit.

“As a family we used to take part in fun runs, and really enjoyed them, so it’s great to be taking part again. But this is an event that Oscar can be a part of, and that is so important to us.

One thing Mum misses about life before MND is walking Oscar around the park. When Mum was in hospital after the diagnosis she wept over how much she missed him, and even now he will sit as close to Mum’s wheelchair as possible. This event means Oscar can raise money for his mummy too.” Victoria explained.

Dog Jogs are all about a friendly, relaxed and fun atmosphere for everyone involved with no time limits or pressure. Each participant will receive a Doggy Bag jam-packed with goodies for both runner and dog to enjoy once they cross the finish line. There’s no other event like it in the UK.

The events are also a great way for participants to raise money for a charity they really care about, whether it be a dog-related charity or otherwise.

Victoria said; “Right from the start, the Motor Neurone Disease Association has been incredible.

They provided financial support for my mum, and equipment loans to help improve her quality of life when her condition is rapidly changing. They provide emotional support through their helpline and there is a very supportive community – Mum regularly attends groups with her local branch, which helps her not to feel so alone.”

However, Victoria isn’t so sure how much her four-legged friend Oscar is looking forward to his first ever Dog Jog!

“Oscar is our ten year old pug, and is completely spoilt. He joined our family as a six week old puppy, and helped my mum overcome a long battle with depression. He’s lazy, greedy, silly and utterly adored – and he won’t know what’s hit him on 21st July!”

Entries for the Dog Jog series are now open for all events throughout the UK. For more information and to find an event near you, visit the website: www.dogjog.co.uk.

To read more about Victoria’s story and donate, please visit https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/victoria-brown95 

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Melissa and Bailey’s Dog Jog for the Love of Beagles

MELISSA & BAILEY’S DOG JOG FOR THE LOVE OF BEAGLES

Melissa and Bailey, her 4 year old Beagle, have entered Dog Jog in Southampton to fundraise for Beagle Welfare as a thank you to the charity who brought them together.

Bailey found himself in the care of Beagle Welfare after a very difficult and turbulent start in life. “Beagle Welfare do outstanding work for beagles in need, from ex-laboratory dogs to puppy farms and everything in between – their work is immeasurable”. Melissa explained.

Melissa’s family have another Beagle named Ben and adopted Bailey in September 2015 to complete their pack . “Bailey is one of the best things to happen to us” Melissa explained. “He has changed our lives in many ways and him and his brother adore each other.”

Having found his forever home, Bailey has settled in well and enjoys an active lifestyle with his family. “He has an amazingly sweet and bouncy personality and he makes us laugh and smile every single day”.

Explaining why they are taking part in Dog Jog for Beagle Welfare Melissa said: “We want to do what we can to say thank you for bringing Bailey into our lives and to support them in doing everything they can for the Beagles. Bailey says arooooo!””

Good luck to this paw-fect pair! To support Melissa and Bailey’s fundraising for Beagle Welfare visit: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/melissaandbailey

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