Girls Aloud launch dog welfare schemeNovember 21st, 2008 - 6:25 pm ICT by ANI
London, Nov 21 (ANI): Cheryl Cole along with her Girls Aloud band mates helped launch a scheme to teach children how to look after their dogs.
The girls launched Dogs Trust’’s new Education Initiative in partnership with Nintendo aimed at teaching children the responsibilities involved in caring for a dog.
Dogs Trust, in Uxbridge, West London, is the UK’’s largest dog welfare charity.
“We are all dog lovers ourselves so are fully supportive of this scheme which teaches kids what looking after a dog really involves,” the Daily Express quoted Girls Aloud, as saying.
Recently, Cole topped a new poll of Positive Role Models For British Women. (ANI)
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