UK Registered Charity 1122246 This website would not be possible without the kind help of Tony Martin of the “AV Martin Charitable Foundation”

The Bella Moss Foundation are looking to find the most successful pet recovery from an illness.

Help us celebrate Wetnose Animal Fun Day 2013 on the 13th September by entering our competition.

Email us your story in no more than 200 words with a photo, and your contact details, on why your pet should be our winner to info@wetnoseanimalaid.com

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the prize
the winner will receive a donated hamper from Lilys Kitchen and a winner’s rosette.
A special thank you to the TV Vet Zara Boland who will pick the best story on Friday 13th September and announced on our The Bella Moss Foundation facebook page!

Wetnose Animal Fun Day – 13th September 2013

is a non-profit organisation raising funds to help animals in care, by doing your own event, BBQ, dog walk, bike ride, swim, cream teas, washing cars, the choice is yours, sponsorship form available from

www.wetnoseanimalaid.com/fundraising_events.html

or buy a Wetnose and take pictures of your event and send to us

visit us at – www.wetnoseanimalaid.com

 

 

 

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Treatments

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Spotting Infections

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Gwen – Heisman

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