The hunt is on to find the nation’s most exceptional pooches as SuperDog Awards nominations open

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The hunt is on to find the nation’s most exceptional pooches as SuperDog Awards nominations open

HAVE you got a super staffie or a heroic hound? Well it’s time for them to put their best foot forward as the SuperDog Awards nominations open.

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HAVE you got a super staffie or a heroic hound? Well it’s time for them to put their best foot forward as the SuperDog Awards nominations open.

The Naturo SuperDog Awards is calling on the nation to share their stories to be in with a chance of being crowned a SuperDog of 2021.

The Naturo SuperDog Awards is calling on the nation to share their stories to be in with a chance of being crowned a SuperDog of 2021

This celebrity-hosted red-carpet event in the heart of London will showcase the most inspirational and incredible stories about dogs across the UK and Ireland, and crown the SuperDogs of 2021!

When Cheryl adopted Beauty from the RSPCA in 2017, she had no idea the bull-breed would rescue her too. 

“From the start, Beauty was more than just a dog to me; she’s become my best friend,” Cheryl comments.

Cheryl, who has an autism spectrum condition, suffers from high levels of anxiety and struggles to form relationships. 

There are several categories for nominations

Despite no assistance dog training, Beauty has helped Cheryl cope in Lockdown, and helps her feel safe and supported.

Cheryl explains, “She is a very sensitive dog who is able to pick up on how I am feeling. If I’m particularly upset she’ll immediately sit and raise her paw. 

“If I sit down with her, she’ll give me a hug, often by placing one or two paws on my shoulder and resting her head on me. Beauty is a constant in my life. 

“She provides me with judgement-free companionship as I lack the ability to form many kinds of social relationships with people. In many ways she helps me meet new people as she loves everyone; she’s always wagging her tail, eager to say hello.

“Lockdown has been difficult, but it’s been made that little easier for me thanks to Beauty. She’s been my rock and meant I haven’t been stuck on my own. Her daily walks have given me routine and a valid reason to go out and spend time in nature. 

“Her happiness and sense of excitement never fail to rub off on me. She’s never left my side since the day I adopted her; I don’t know where I’d be without her.”

Beauty’s story has been shared as a nomination from the RSPCA.

We are calling on the public to submit their nominations to tell us their stories until 31 July 2021.

Three finalists from each category will be invited to the event, where the SuperDogs of 2021 will be announced.

Do you know a SuperDog who deserves to be celebrated? The time is now to share their story – nominations are open now!




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