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From: Homeowners Club with Dogs Trust [mailto:Roz@homeowners-clubmail.co.uk]
Sent: 10 December 2016 16:27
To: jason@jasonboon.co.uk
Subject: Jason - Meet the dogs...

 

 

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Send love for Christmas

A special message from

DogsTrust

 

One gift. A whole year's worth of doggy love

Hi Jason ,

Why give a gift they'll have forgotten by January, when you can give one that lasts all year?
Sponsor a Dogs Trust dog for your loved one, and give the gift that keeps on giving.

A year of care and cuddles for our sponsor dog, and 365 days of loyal friendship in return, in the form of cards, letters, updates, magazines and more.

Dog Sponsorship comes with a lovely certificate to give them on Christmas day - and cards and messages from their dog all year.

Put a big soppy smile on their face that lasts for 365 days, and sponsor a dog today.

 

 


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