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    Give a street dog a chance

    Bobbie is just one of the hundreds of street dogs in Georgia. Living on a building site in a residential area of Tbilisi, Bobbie was first discovered by Dog Organisation Georgia (D.O.G.) in late 2013…

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    Dog Shelter Fire – Urgent Appeal

    Mayhew International is devastated to report a serious fire at one of the shelters we work with in Moscow. Please help us give them extra assistance at this time of desperate need.

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    This year give a homeless animal a very happy Christmas

    Help us find new happy homes for the hundreds of abandoned, unwanted and neglected cats and dogs we’ve taken in during 2014.

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    Amazing Grace: Dumped Staffie found starving and filthy

    Staff at The Mayhew were horrified when an emaciated dog with protruding ribs and a swollen belly reminiscent of a famine victim was handed in.
    Grace, a white Staffie, was found on a Brent doorstep in a shocking condition…

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    Toby came to The Mayhew in January 2014, as an eighteen month old male Golden Retriever. He arrived at The Mayhew because…

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    Theodore was a three month old male Rottweiler and Mastiff Crossbreed who arrived at The Mayhew with his sibling Lou, the result of an accidental litter….

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    Grubasik Parypa

    Adopted from The Mayhew in November 2013 and has reformed from a bit of a grump into a loving and…

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    End the needless suffering

    This is Perry, a stray who was rushed to The Mayhew Animal Home with a horrific injury under his front leg. He was wearing a collar with a stretch rubber band and he’d managed to squeeze his left front leg through it but couldn’t get it back out…

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    Mayhew International Newsletter Spring 2015

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