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    • 23 Jul, 2023

    Mayhew marks the first National Human Animal Bond Awareness Day

    Today, Sunday 23 July, is the first ever National Human-Animal Bond Awareness Day.

    The initiative, created by StreetVet volunteer Tammie O’Leary and the charity’s co-founder Jade Statt, aims to raise awareness of the many ways in which animals benefit humans through companionship, work and assistance. The day will be marked with a series of virtual talks by animal health experts and animal lovers, including StreetVet ambassador, Clare Balding.

    At Mayhew, we see the difference the deep bond between dogs, cats and people makes to animal and human lives every day, and we work hard to protect that bond and ensure that people and pets are kept together. Whether we’re offering preventative veterinary treatments free of charge at the point of need, support services to animals and pet owners in the community – including our Pet Refuge service – or rescuing and rehoming dogs and cats who are looking for love for life, all of our work recognises the importance and value of the human-animal bond.

    Mayhew is delighted to join nearly 30 charities in celebrating this bond, alongside Battersea, Woodgreen and Riding for the Disabled, and many more.

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