our friends


we’re thrilled to continue supporting Guide Dogs as our official charity partner in 2018


We launched the partnership in 2016 with news of sponsoring our first ever Guide Dog puppy Ruby, through the ‘Name a Puppy’ campaign. We’ve seen Ruby develop admirable skills through her training to become an official guide dog - check out our short video below to see how she got on.

We welcomed another Guide Dog puppy into the Forthglade family last year- Ralph, and we're very much looking forward to seeing him follow in Ruby's footsteps & grow into being a life-changer.

Of course we'll continue to keep you posted on their progress and we hope you'll join us in raising awareness of the wonderful work the charity is doing, and taking part in their national events throughout 2018.


we’re proud to be a Willow member of the Woodland Trust

woodland trust.jpg

As the UK’s largest woodland conservation charity, The Woodland Trust is the leading voice for woods and trees. The charity aims to inspire people up and down the country to visit woods, plant trees, treasure wildlife, and enjoy the overwhelming benefits that woods and trees offer to our landscape and lives.

As avid woodland dog walkers we’re huge supporters of the great work achieved by The Woodland Trust and we’ll be supporting the charitys projects again this year.


happy paws

our latest charity projects

Each month in addition to our long standing charity partnerships (including Guide Dogs & the Woodland Trust) we pick five smaller charitable causes to support. Whether its food donations that’s needed, raising awareness of a specific charity or helping to find a forever home for a four-legged friend, we love being able to help!


Teckels animal sanctuary

Ipplepen is very local to our offices in Winkleigh and it is close to the heart of one of our members of staff, who has many fond memories of volunteering...


Bluecross, Tiverton

We recently helped to find new homes for 3 beautiful huskies called Gizmo, Marley and Bandit. During their stay in our kennels, they slowly started to go off their food...


Little Valley, RSPCA

Being one of our local RSPCA shelters, we visited the lovely staff and animal to donate some treats after hearing that they were in short supply...