Broadreach Nature + will exhibit at this year’s Pup Aid in a show of solidarity for the Lucy’s Law campaign and its recent success in Parliament.
The popular Pup Aid show, held at London’s Primrose Hill supports Lucy’s Law and promotes awareness about the cruel puppy farming trade.
During the show, on September 1st, Broadreach Nature + will showcase their new, digitally printed gazeebo and display their natural health care products, from supplements to healthy doggy treats and chews. There will also be free giveaways on offer for anyone visiting their stand.
Broadreach Nature + are proud to support Lucy’s Law, an important law that has been passed thanks to the efforts of Marc Abraham and his team. The recent victory in Parliament and the changes in the law, is welcome news for such a great cause. The decision was influenced by the Lucy’s Law campaign and its supporters, which was established after the poor treatment of a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel who was rescued from a puppy farm. A petition supporting the campaign was signed by nearly 150,000 people and was debated in Parliament in May.
There are no official records for the number of puppies sold via third-parties, but the Blue Cross has estimated it is between 40,000 and 80,000 in Great Britain per year. Environment secretary, Michael Gove, said: “A ban on third party sales will ensure the nation’s much-loved pets get the right start in life. I pay tribute to the Lucy’s Law campaign, spearheaded by PupAid, Care And Respect Includes All Dogs (CARIAD), and Canine Action UK, who have fought tirelessly for this step. People who have a complete disregard for pet welfare will no longer be able to profit from this miserable trade.”
Pup Aid 2018 promotes Lucy’s Law and continues to raise awareness about the issues of puppy farming. Every year this unique day gives the dog-loving public the golden opportunity to attend this amazing celeb-judged fun dog show in London.
Taking place at pooch paradise Primrose Hill the event is jam-packed with fun for all the family, especially the four legged members. With delicious vegan food, a celebrity judged dog show, agility course, doggy displays and plenty of stalls Pup Aid continues to be the biggest puppy welfare event of the year.
Last year, over 5000 people and their pooches attended, including more than 85 exhibitors.
Pup Aid 2018 takes place on Primrose Hill, Sat 1st Sept from 10am until 5pm. Primrose Hill Park is just off Regents Park Road, North London. The best entrance to access the park is at the corner of Regents Park Road and Albert Terrace. The closest tube station is Chalk Farm.