Hartlepool Business Castledene sales and letting is looking for your support after a dog was left abandoned on a bridge with awful wounds.
They need your help.
The local business have an ongoing commitment to help local charities. This month they have chosen Maxi’s Mates a local dog charity based in Cleveland.
The choice was an easy one when they saw the heartbreaking story of Maxi. The team being avid animal lovers so it was an easy choice to throw our full support behind this great organisation.
Castledene Hartlepool Branch Manager Louise has said “As you can see our Hartlepool branch manager, Louise, fell in love with prince when she visited Maxis mates, this weekend.
“Maxi Mates is a self funded organisation so anything you can donate will help, food, blankets, toys, anything that can help, will be appreciated.
“The plight of Prince, the poor boy abandoned on a bridge with terrible wounds was brought to our attention and as a company of dog lovers we could not help but be moved by this poor boys experience, but equally feel inspired by the work of the team at Maxi’s Mates to save this lovely boy.
“We want to help and have decided to try and collect as many dog food donations throughout July as possible for Maxi’s Mates. Food donations can be dropped off at any branch within The Castledene Group, or email [email protected] and we can collect.”
If you would like to help there are a number of drop off points
19 Victoria Road, Hartlepool
The Former RAFA club Seaside Lane, Easington
12 Blandford Place, Seaham
121 Newgate Street, Bishop Auckland
2-3 Newbottle Street, Houghton Le Spring
The Galleries, Washington
Please do what you can to help.
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