Good Cause of the Month
We support one good cause every month and our chosen cause will receive a special Sea Treats gift.
If you would like to inform us of a good cuase you support or nominate a worthy cause, please follow the link below and fill out the form, entering a few details about your good cause, we are happy to support any good cause, from dog shelters and charities to anyone you think deserves to be our Good Cause of the Month.
We do believe in every good cause, but unfortunately cannot support every request we receive, we hope that you will understand if you are not chosen.
If you are chosen to be our Good Cause of the Month, we will contact you for consent and delivery details. We may also contact you for photos to use in our Good Cause of the Month archive.
Wags and Bones Staffie Rescue Support
Wags and Bones Staffie Rescue Support was created on 1st May 2012. We are a Staffie orientated group but you do not need to own a Staffie or even any other kind of dog to be a member of our groups. All are welcome as long as you share our aims and values and abide by the principles of the group. We support Staffies, Staffie x and occasionally other bull/cross breeds in need of rescue, foster and forever homes.
K9 Crusaders are a Cornish based rescue, rehoming and rehabilitation centre who service the whole of Cornwall. They are independent and rely solely on donations to survive and on our team of dedicated volunteers to run the centre, fundraise, conduct behavioural support, and advise on any aspect of dogs and dog welfare. They have their annual Christmas Fun Dog Show on Saturday 26th November which is being held at Perranarworthal Village Hall, Perranwell Station raising much needed funds. You can find out more information on their website
Celia Cross Greyhound Trust
We are supporting Labradors in Need and donating some Sea Treats for their tombola.
Their aims are to rescue and rehabilitate abandoned, sick and ill-treated greyhounds and lurchers, find them secure loving homes, raise awareness of the good nature of the breed and promote responsible ownership of greyhounds Find out more about them on their website or Facebook page.
Labradors in Need
We are supporting Labradors in Need and donating some Sea Treats for their tombola, which they hope to make big enough to get into the Guiness Book of World Records.
Labradors in Need is a national dog rescue charity run entirely by volunteers. Every year, thousands of dogs need to go in to foster homes during their transition from rescue dog to family dog. Labradors in Need (LIN) strives to continue the good work made by the thousands of fosterer's throughout the UK by helping Labrador's find their forever home. Find out more about them on their website or Facebook page.
We are supporting NSARDA Anglia and donating some Sea Treats for their online dog show, to help raise vital funds to keep their organisation going.
NSARDA Anglia they Train dogs to find vulnerable missing people. The volunteers get called out by the police any time of day, any day of the year. Find out more about them on their website or Facebook page.
We are sponsoring the House of Hugo event “The Hugo Games” on February 20th, all proceeds will go to Dog Aid. Dog Aid train pets so they can become official assistance dogs.
We our donating some Sea Treats to the Just Pawsome auction, which starts on the 26th February.
Just Pawsome are a new group who help raise much needed funds for Dog Rescues. They have worked in the Dog Rescue world and witnessed first-hand how hard it is to get funds. Find out more about them on their website or Facebook page.
We are donating some Sea Treats to Dogs 4 Adoption for their online pet show, to help raise money. They are a small rescue in Somerset and asses every animal taken into their care to match it to the best possible adopter.
We are supporting Many Tears Animal Rescue, they work hard to find foster homes for the dogs they have rescued. They are a small rescue based in South Wales but they have placed dogs in foster homes throughout the UK.
With the help of their staff and volunteers they provide a special and loving environment to help all animals adapt and find permanent, loving new homes. Find out more about MTAR on their website or Facebook page.
We are supporting GSP Rescue, and sending some of our Sea Treats to the West Midlands Walking Group, who are having a Christmas walk on 6th December with a raffle and guess the number of treats/sweets, with all proceeds going to GSP Rescue.
We are donating some Sea Treats to The Edward Foundation for their Christmas event. The charity was founded in 2011 when a Bulldog advertised for stud and then for sale was in terrible condition, they raised funds to get him out of a dire situation. He was renamed Edward and this inspired the start of this charity. They have now helped over 300 bulldogs find their loving forever home. Find out more on their website or Facebook page.
We are supporting Wonky Pets Rescue are a small non-profit organisation established in 2012, soley run by volunteers. They specialised in taking in those animal with special needs, whether it be physical, medical or psychological.
Wonky Pets rescue not only take in the most difficult, elderly and animals which other rescues turn away, they also have a non-destruct policy to ensure every animal is safe and find a home. If an animal is deemed un-suitable for re-homing they remain with them for life. Find out more about them on their website or Facebook page.
Sea Treats are supporting Zoe’s Journey UK, we are donating some of our tasty treats for their doggy hamper, which will be raffled off for Christmas. Hopefully we can help them reach their 50k target for the end of the year.
Zoe's Journey UK was set-up to raise funds for canine cancer research. All funds raised are directly allocated to the Animal Health Trust. The Animal Health Trust undertake fantastic research but their research is unfunded. Without donations they could not complete this. Find out more on their website or Facebook page.
My Canine Companion, Autism Service Dogs, is a fantastic charity who provide highly trained and skilled service dogs for people with disabilities, particularly autism.
The service dogs make dramatic differences’ in the quality of life for children with Autism and their families. Not only do their dogs assist them physically but these special dogs also become the child’s best and in some cases, only, friend. Find out more on their website or Facebook page.
B.L.I.Z.E Rescue is a non-profit organisation designed not only to save the lives of dogs, but to educate and help the general public. They offer an aftercare after adoption and a lifelong commitment to both dog and new owner.
B.L.I.Z.E have started tooffer training courses which the public can sign up to even if they don’t have a rescue dog. Their organisation is recognised by the RSPCA Wimborne and also the Police. Find out more on their website or Facebook page.
We are supporting Birch Hill Dog Rescue, an independent registered charity based in South Shropshire near Kidderminster. We rescue dogs of all breeds and offer them a second chance of a loving new life.
Over the years many a desperate dog has owed its life to Birch Hill Dog Rescue, its very own survival means that many more still have that chance. Find out more about Birch Hill Dog Rescue on their website or Facebook page.
Newfoundlands In Need is a young charity helping to rehome Newfoundland’s and they proudly work in conjunction with Wefare & Rescue UK. They started as a Facebook auction page to raise funds to help with costs of medical care to continue to help and rehome this breed, and they have just launched their new website.
Newfoundlands In Need believe that every single dog has 'a voice' and they deserve a chance to be loved & cared for - always!
The Border Collie Trust deserve to be your charity of the week because they do such fantastic work rescuing and rehoming unwanted Border Collies from around the UK and Ireland. I have three of their Border Collies myself, and the Border Collie Trust have always been there for us if we've needed help and advice about the dogs. Two of my dogs were picked up as strays and were plucked from death row in a dog pound. They were both emaciated and in generally poor condition - the BCT literally saved their lives by taking them in, I can't thank them enough (but perhaps you could help me with that). My third BCT boy was part of a litter of unwanted collies being given away for free on the internet at only 5 weeks old when the BCT stepped in to help - at two years old he's still a little ratbag, but the BCT have been so supportive and helpful, always right there whenever we've needed them. I'd be so happy if you decided to make the Border Collie Trust your rescue of the week. There are so many unwanted Border Collies out there - but 269 of them have already found new homes with the help of the BCT this year, and that has to be worth some treats, doesn't it? :). Sorry - I forgot to include the most important part. The Border Collie Trust have a fundraising team who host stalls at events to raise money to help the collies.
The following is their facebook group, so you can see what they're up to facebook.com/BCTGBfundraisers
Ferne Animal Sanctuary have been providing refuge for unwanted domestic and farm animals for 75 years. The sanctuary rehomes dogs and cats, whilst all other animals remain at Ferne Animal Sanctuary for the rest of their lives.
We're pleased the Whitehouse Kennels & Cattery had a brilliant and successful family fun day to celebrate their 25th birthday and raised lots of money for charity, and are glad our donation helped.
"Helen, Judy and the girls from Weston Breast Cancer Support Group running the vintage tea rooms raised an amazing £1137.50 which all goes to local women. The 20 plus charities raised over £1500. The fun dog classes had over 30 entries in each class and we are so grateful to the donations from James Well Beloved, Pooch and Mutt and Sea Treats who helped us make over 400 goodies bags to give out to those that didn’t get a beautiful rosette...". Read more about how it went on the day.
Pets as Therapy provide therapeutic visits to hospitals, hospices, nursing and care homes, as well as many others places with their own friendly, temperament tested and vaccinated dogs and cats. These animals bring the happy associations of home comforts, constant companionship and unconditional love, which is often the most missed aspects of their lives.
The show went off better than ever, the products were most welcome by all recipients, including the sample packs.
"We had 196 entries which in total raised £390 to be shared by Canine Partner and Hearing Dogs for the Deaf.
Thank you once again for your very valuable sponsorship, it is appreciated not just by myself and my helpers but most of all from those who took part who I trust will support us again with their dogs next year. Most of all the two charities who surprisingly do not receive any financial support other than via events like ours and private donations, more than anything that is worth all the effort involved." (Keith Derry)
Pictured Best in Show line up with Judge Mr Peter Wright (Afghan Hound Owner/Breeder and CH Show Judge)
(left to right) Debbi Scot with Chino (Sheltie); Judi Bell with Milo (Leonberger) ; Kate Hodgkinson with Teddy Bear (Spanish Water Dog).
Sea Treats and Challenge dog food, recently supported the fund raising day for ‘Settusfree’ setter rescue.
"Your help was very much appreciated and made the day a great success. We raised £2625.02 which is a huge amount of money and it will go a long way to helping the abused and abandoned setters in Spain"
Sea Treats are sponsoring the Driffield Agricultural Society Companion Dog Show, for the third year running. The dog show is in aid of Hearing Dogs for the Deaf and Canine Partners, and takes place on 22nd July 2015 from 12.30pm, as part of the main Driffield show.
Sea Treats will be providing our tasty treats as prizes for all class winners and top awards, along with samples for all entrants. For more information on how to enter or to purchase tickets please visit www.driffieldshow.co.uk.
Give a Dog a Bone…and an animal home, is a young charity who want to bring animals and the elderly together. They not only care about the rising number of animals in shelters, but want to combat the loneliness many old people suffer.
Give a Dog a Bone funds the adoptions fees for a rescued animals and also provides help with monthly pet food costs, to enable the elderly to adopt or keep their animals.
White House Kennels offer pet boarding and pet services, as well as rescuing and rehoming stray dogs. They are celebrating 25 years and are having a family fun day and dog show to raise money for local animal charities.
The event is sure to be a fun-filled day with dog classes and a dog agility ring run by Little Orchard Dog Training Academy, as well as lots of stalls.
Lucy was used on a puppy farm until she was rescued, now she increases awareness of puppy farming and raises money for charity.
She had a fundraising birthday party on 29th March and a book launch on 11th April, with all funds raised helping C.A.R.I.A.D, Friends of the Animals RCT and Ben a Cavalier, who needs the gift of sight.