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Beaphar to Donate to Hearing Dogs during Worm Awareness Week

Posted 03 Aug 2015

Beaphar has pledged to donate £1 from the sale of every pack of Beaphar One Dose Wormer sold during Worm Awareness Week to Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, to help start a puppy on it's journey to become a hearing dog.

Hearing Dogs for Deaf People is a national charity whose mission is to train hearing dogs to alert deaf adults and children to important sounds and danger signals, providing independence, confidence and companionship. However, deafness is more than just hearing loss; hearing dogs also help to relieve the stress, isolation and loneliness that deafness can often bring.
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People puppy
Almost 10 million people in the UK are deaf or suffer hearing loss- that’s  1 in 6 of the population and the problem is growing.

It costs a total of £40,000 for the breeding, training and lifelong care of each hearing dog for the expected 10 years of its working life. Each £5,000 raised allows Hearing Dogs for Deaf People to start a puppy on an 18-month journey to become a hearing dog of the future.

Worm Awareness week, which kicks off on 27th September this year, has been running for many years, during which we aim to highlight the importance of worming pets regularly. By worming your pet every 3 months with a vet strength treatment such as Beaphar One Dose Wormer for Dogs or Beaphar Cat Granules for Cats, you can be sure to keep worms at bay.

by Tom Offord