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Live ‘Puppy Cam’ to be launched at Birmingham Dogs Home

Solihull Editorial 4th Jun, 2024   0

BIRMINGHAM Dogs Home is launching a live puppy cam’ where viewers can check in one of the home’s litters of adorable puppies – all in the name of a very important cause.

In partnership with Miraculous Meals, the Little Miracles Appeal invites people to join in on a live ‘puppy cam’ between 11.30am and 2.00pm today to raise both awareness and vital funds or Birmingham Dogs Home.

The money will go towards creating more special spaces where mums can safely have their pups in a protective and calm environment, after seeing cases of pregnant dogs being abandoned continue to rise.

Via Birmingham Dogs Home’s Facebook page, and the charity’s website doggie-lovers will be able to join a live stream of some of the charity’s  puppies as they play and feed, some of which will shortly be available for adoption.

The home had 18 dog mums gave birth  in 2023, and three litters have already been born this year.

The charity aims to give them the very best possible start by creating “whelping units”, away from the hustle and bustle of our main kennels and away from view.




The Little Miracles Appeal is being launched to raise funds to create more of these whelping areas – forming a “maternity wing” at Birmingham Dogs Home.

This will enable the charity to offer a safe environment, specially designed to protect puppies during birth and early life.


Amelia Townley, Maternity Team Leader at Birmingham Dogs Home said: “Newborn pups cannot see, hear, or regulate their body temperature.

“They need to be kept out of the cold and away from the dangers of being squashed or smothered. They are completely reliant on their Mum for all their needs and a place to snuggle for warmth.

“With our live ‘puppy cam’ and Little Miracles Appeal we’re aiming to foster an environment where pups who’ve been let down by the world can instead enter the world in a loving and caring environment.”

Donations can be made via the charity’s website www.birminghamdogshome.org.uk or by telephone T. 0121 643 5211 Option 3.

Click here to watch the puppy cam.

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