Wetnose Animal Day will be back with a bang on 20th September 2019 and we’ve already got lots of surprises in the works. So, whether you plan to raise money at home, school or work, order your fundraising pack now and get ready for the big day.
Please download your fundraising pack and start planning your own special event, we always raise funds for the smaller Rescue Centres that need help and support. Get your local vet surgery, school, office, club to join in as well. You can do a Car Boot Sale, Mud Race, Bike Ride, Climbing, Tennis match, Golf match, Dog walk, Dog show or do something daft to make us laugh! Every penny counts as many sick animals need help now.
2019 Wetnose Day
Why we need money...
Wetnose Animal Aid is raising funds that will be given to struggling Animal Rescue Centres to help pay off vets bills, buying equipment or animal feed which would go a long way to helping them in their day to day invaluable work. These Rescue Centres are experiencing a marked downturn in donations, but a noticeable increase in animals being ‘dumped’ on them, as owners continue for various reasons not to be able to keep their animals. That equation does not balance, and therefore this Wetnose Day is an important event to help raise serious levels of funds to get the balance back.
So why not hold your own FUNdraising event to help this fantastic cause.
You can find some great ideas on the Fundraising Ideas page along with event registration and sponsorship forms.
Thank you very much on behalf of all the sick and vulnerable animals you will for your help.
Equestrian Life magazine mentions Wetnose Day
Paul McCartney, Tom Hardy, Ricky Gervais and Amanda Holden supporting Wetnose Animal Day 2019
Wetnose Day will be taking place across the UK in September 2019 to help educate and promote the issues of animal welfare as well as raise much needed funds to cover essential food and medical treatments for animals in desperate need in the UK.
Great night tonight at our presentation evening at Broadland Sports Club
We presented all the swimmers who took part in the sponsored swim for WETNOSE DAY on 29th September, with their medals, certificates and the biggest fundraisers in each group also received a trophy!! Big thank you to you all and to those who were unable to attend tonight. With all the combined sponsor money raised and the sale of noses we managed to raise a fantastic, £1576.00!!
Amazing, well done everyone who took part, may we say thank you to Victoria from Victoria Jane Photography, tonight for taking the amazing photos of all those who took part. Roll on 2018!! With my right hand amazing woman, Sarah, we will be back!!
2017 Wetnose Day
Carla Lane Animal Sanctuary
2017 Wetnose Day
Wetnose Day ambassador Anneka Svenska
2017 Wetnose Day
Actor Dan Richardson
2017 Wetnose Day
TV Presenter Nicky Campbell
2017 Wetnose Day
Wetnose Day PR Launch
Our new Patron
TV Presenter and Animal Campaigner Wendy Turner Webster
with Ambassador Anneka Svenska
David Essex supports Wetnose Day
Tom Hardy supports Wetnose Day
Sir Paul McCartney supports Wetnose Day
Sam Bailey supports Wetnose Day
Chris Packham supports Wetnose Day
Jenny Seagrove supports Wetnose Day
Lee Pearson MBE supports Wetnose Day
Lorraine Chase supports Wetnose Day
Peter Egan supports Wetnose Day
Richard Symonds supports Wetnose Day
Ricky Gervais supports Wetnose Day
Rula Lenska supports Wetnose Day
“I think this Wetnose Day event is a terrific idea and long overdue, you know what I think of animals and this would go a long way to helping many smaller centres who need more support, yes count me in!” Paul O'Grady
Raising Funds For Sick And Vulnerable Animals
29th September to 1st October 2017
"Do something daft to make us laugh!"
"Wear a nose and give us a pose!"
“As a family we have two adorable dogs, Buddy and Rudie, who are loved and cherished every single day. Sadly some animals are abandoned, unwanted or mistreated, finding their way to rescue centres. The thought of any pet suffering or being abandoned is unthinkable to me but this does sadly happen, and is on the rise. This is why I’m so keen to support Wetnose Day.
Animal Rescue Centres across the UK are in desperate need of funds so they can rescue, rehabilitate and re-home pets. These centres are experiencing fewer donations but an increasing number of animals. Many of the smaller sanctuaries are full to bursting and need help to buy food, equipment and pay large vet bills. Please join me and support those without a voice. Join Wetnose Day this September and let’s all ensure every animal, no matter how big or small, finds their forever home.
” Amanda Holden
“I support Wetnose Animal Aid and I am proud to be ambassador to Wetnose Day. It is such a fun and inspiring time to gather people together to work hard in supporting those smaller charitable organisations who struggle so hard to raise funds for the excellent and tiring work they do on a daily basis.” Anneka Svenska –Wildlife Presenter & Founder of GreenWorldTV
“We owe so much to the smaller animal charities; they put every pound they’re given into helping creatures. They may not have the profile of the bigger organisations, but the work they do is just as worthwhile. I am pleased to be supporting the Wetnose Day event.” Nigel Marven – Wildlife Presenter and Producer
Wetnose visits The Mayhew Animal Home in London who supports our Wetnose Day event.
Download your fundraising pack here.
Buy your very own wet nose and
"Pose With A Nose"
Alternatively, you can buy your Wetnoses directly from us via our secure PayPal account.
Just £5.00 each including p&p (sorry but no overseas deliveries)
"Paws are delighted to be partners with Wetnose Animal Aid this year, Paws is an online retailer and community where you can trust what you see. We’re taking on misinformation and arming you with the facts, so it’s easy to make the right choices for your dog and be the best pet parent you can be"
"Yours readers are passionate about animals and we are delighted to support Wet Nose Day that raises funds for rescue centres that make a huge difference to the quality of life and welfare of many vulnerable animals at their greatest time of need."
Celia Hammond Animal Trust
"A national fundraising day for animals is a wonderful idea, it would not only help with raising much needed funds for animal charities but would help educate the public about the huge scale of unwanted and stray animal situation both in the U.K and abroad. The public could be encouraged to help by giving homes to rescue animals rather than buying from breeders and puppy farms and also learn about responsible pet ownership and the importance of neutering."
"Lily’s Kitchen know how much hard work goes into keeping a rescue afloat with so many animals needing help. These charities deserve as much help as they can get in the form of donations, support and volunteers.
This is why we support Wetnose Day 4 Animals a fund raising day to help raise funds that will support small charities with the amazing work they do everyday. In addition, through our latest campaign ‘Dinner’s on us.’ Through this initiative, we’ve pledged to donate 650,000 meals to cats and dogs in need. To find out more about how you can get involved, please Click Here."
Wetnose Day Supporters
Please visit their websites and take a look.
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Please send donations to: Wetnose Animal Aid Ltd, 2 Wells Terrace, Bungay Road, Stockton, Norfolk. NR34 0HR.