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English Bulldog with Painful Eye Problems Looking for New Home

A 15-month-old English Bulldog, named Ivy, who was found abandoned on the streets in Brent, North West London, by a local dog warden, was recently brought in to Mayhew with painful eye problems. Unfortunately Ivy is one of many brachycephalic pets that, due to ill health, can end up abandoned and in our care. In […]

Remember, Remember, your Pet this November

While Guy Fawkes Night (November 5) and Diwali (October 19) can be a lot of fun for us humans, sadly they’re often very stressful for our pets. Many animals can be terrified by the unfamiliar loud bangs and whizzing of fireworks, which may cause them to hide in fear, try to escape or even injure […]

Two Kittens Found Living Behind a Bin

Two 6-month-old kittens were recently brought into Mayhew after they had been found living behind a bin for a few weeks. On arrival, our Animal Welfare Officers checked over the kittens who were both very friendly, although they weren’t microchipped or neutered. As Halloween is approaching, we named the kittens Wednesday (a black female) and […]

Harry Potter Named Kittens Delivered Safely Thanks to the Magic of Mayhew

A stray mummy cat has safely given birth to a litter of five kittens thanks to Mayhew’s dedicated team. Mayhew’s Animal Welfare Officers brought in the stray pregnant tabby, named Bellatrix by Mayhew staff, after she was discovered in North West London. Mayhew’s Cat Welfare Coordinator, Georgina Disney, said: “When she arrived we knew she […]

#ItsNotFur – Why black cats can often be invisible

Although they have just as much love to give as their ginger, tabby and white counterparts, black cats at Mayhew take 28% longer to find a forever home. This National Black Cat Day (27th October 2017), we’re on a monochrome moggie mission to remind you why you should let a black cat cross your path. […]

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Puppy Who Nearly Lost an Eye Now on the Lookout for New Home

An eight-week-old puppy, who had a severely infected eye, is on the mend and now on the lookout for his forever home. The Jack Russell Terrier, named Beanie, was brought in to Mayhew because he was unfortunately no longer wanted. Animal Welfare Officer, AJ Ford, said: “When we brought Beanie back to Mayhew, his right […]

My Rescue and Me – Rebecca and Olive

First-time dog owners Rebecca and Sunil Patel and their children, Sophie, 18, and George, 14, adopted Staffordshire terrier Olive from Mayhew at the beginning of last year. Sadly, Olive passed away in May 2017, aged nine. In this loving tribute, Rebecca explains how her TheraPaws rescue dog touched many lives and why she was the […]

World Rabies Day Event in Kabul, Afghanistan

On the 28th September, Mayhew Afghanistan organised an educational workshop in the capital, Kabul, to mark World Rabies Day and to highlight the importance of our mass canine rabies vaccination programme there. From August 6th this year, Mayhew Afghanistan has been implementing the first mass canine rabies vaccination programme in the city, which will cover […]

TheraPaws Supports World Mental Health Day

This World Mental Health Day (10th October 2017) our TheraPaws dogs celebrated the special occasion, which raises awareness of mental health issues around the world, by spreading happiness and wellbeing with a friendly visit to staff members at a software company in London. Our TheraPaws dogs are a part of Mayhew’s visiting animal therapy programme, […]

Mayhew Teams Up with Whippet on New Outdoor Campaign

We have teamed up with a creative agency on a new outdoor campaign to appeal to a wider audience and highlight the range of proactive animal welfare and community outreach work we deliver. The four ads, which highlight our community work including our onsite vet clinic, animal welfare, visiting animal therapy programme, and our work with […]