Fireworks and Pets

Fireworks and Pets

Fireworks and Pets Bonfire Night – Thursday 5th November 2021 The time of year is fast approaching and whether you love them or hate them, fireworks will be here before we know it! Companion animals in general don’t like loud noises and are often afraid of...
Who We Are and What We Do

Who We Are and What We Do

Who We Are and What We Do Who We Are Give a Dog a Bone… and an animal a home is a unique and award-winning charity tackling loneliness and social isolation for older adults, via animal companionship and friendship.​   What We Do We do this via 2 projects: 1) We...
Kiltwalk 2021 – Registration is Open!

Kiltwalk 2021 – Registration is Open!

Kiltwalk 2021 – Registration is Open! The Kiltwalk, Glasgow, is Back! For the first time since 2019, the Kiltwalk is taking place as a live event, in Glasgow, on Sunday 26th September this year. There are two routes, The Wee Wander and The Mighty Stride. This year,...
AGM: Year 7 Report

AGM: Year 7 Report

AGM: Year 7 Report ‘Give a Dog a Bone… and an animal a home’ gained charitable status on 20 November 2013. The aim of the charity is to tackle loneliness for older adults via animal companionship. We operate two main projects in order to achieve this aim:...
Amazing Woman: Louise Russell

Amazing Woman: Louise Russell

Interview with Louise Russell by No 1 magazine Amazing Woman: Louise RussellLouise Russell, 44 from Glasgow, helps to reduce loneliness in over 60s by introducing them to animals.I began my charity Give a Dog a Bone five years ago. I wanted to tackle the issue of...
Group Dog Walk

Group Dog Walk

Group Dog Walk We would like to reach more retired people in our area and offer companionship, via dogs, and SO we are holding weekly Group Dog Walks! Everyone is welcome to join, if you have a friend or family member who: Has a dog and would love the social...
The Bone Blog

The Bone Blog

The Bone Blog Recent Success Story This is Toto and his new Mum, Margaret. Toto’s previous mum died in 2012 and now his Dad has a terminal illness. Toto was living indefinitely in foster but now his future is secure with Margaret! This is just one of the ways we...

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