Beach walk to raise money for dogs

PUBLISHED: 17:35 17 April 2008 | UPDATED: 08:59 10 June 2010

A DOG groomer is inviting all doggie-lovers to join her in a walk on Exmouth beach to raise money for local canine charity Nowzad.

A DOG groomer is inviting all doggie-lovers to join her in a walk on Exmouth beach to raise money for local canine charity Nowzad.

Tracy Evans, owner of the mobile dog grooming company Clean Cuts Home Grooming, has been doing the walk yearly.

Nowzad, based in Exmouth, was set up when Royal Marine Sergeant Paul Farthing rescued two stray dogs, Nowzad and Tai, from the Afghanistan front-line.

Both dogs had their ears cut off and had been groomed for fighting.

The dog walk will start from outside The Beach pub, at 10am on Sunday, April 20.

Readers can contact Tracy Evans on 07724409340.


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