The Dog Training Rehabilitation Programme
Paws for Progress K9 supporters

We love meeting and seeing pictures of all dogs, big and small, who support Paws for Progress.

In our K9 supporters gallery you can enjoy meeting all of the dogs who help Paws for Progress in many different ways from providing essential support in the office, attending meetings, and promoting Paws through wearing their gorgeous bandanas!

You can purchase bandanas from the following link, helping to raise money and awareness for Paws for Progress. Thank you for your support, and enjoy the album! http://www.theprancingdog.co.uk/paws.html

We would love to add your dog or pet to our supporters album. Please share your bandana photos with us through Facebook or Twitter using the handle @PawsForProgress, we look forward to hearing from you.

Ambassadog Karma
Ambassadogs Bug and Dan
Ambassadogs Missy and Bug
Barney AKA The Ginger Prince
Bonnie AKA The Stuntwoman AKA Bonbon Crazy Sweets
Cuillen, AKA The Doctor (Dr Woo!)
Darcy, AKA The Little Prince
Ellie AKA The Mastermind
Jet AKA The Great Pretender
Joni AKA Waggity Tail
Maddie AKA Hairy Maclary
Meg AKA Meg AKA The Senior Citizen
Mojo (AKA Cheeky Charmer)
Mollie AKA Smile a While
Molly (AKA Darling)
Phoebe (AKA The Cuddle Monster)
Rolo (AKA Wee Spud)
Yogi (AKA Mr Biddle) and Ziggy (AKA Princess Ziggamena) modeling their new bandanas
Yogi thinks that he would like to wear Ziggy's bandana too!

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