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K9 Clean Up

Who are K9 Nation? 

K9 Nation is a social networking platform whose goal is to build a supportive community for new and existing dog owners. Users can post and discover local routes, find information on dog events, and a variety of dog-friendly products and services to enable every member to make the best choice for their pup.

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K9 Clean Up

The K9 Clean Up’s goal is to help clear all the rubbish from our favourite recreational areas and outdoor locations across the country, and to support change in behaviours towards the public and dog owners towards littering. Littering is a major global issue and also poses significant health risks such as injury and illness to all our dogs. 

Taking part is simple. Take your family and pup on your favourite walks over the August bank holiday weekend and get cleaning! Participants can choose to take part for free or donate anything from £5 through the K9 Nation website for the event charity partner. Donate £10 and up, and they’ll send you your very own K9 Clean Up Kit. 

Above all, K9 Nation’s objective is to bring the dog-parenting community together, raise awareness and make a difference by supporting governmental agendas in cleaning our streets. And we couldn’t be prouder to partner with them for this national cause. 

K9 Clean Up Kit

K9 Nation has cleverly and carefully designed the K9 Clean Up Kit to help you safely and successfully complete the Clean-up. 

Inside you’ll find some badges to show your support, a nose, skin and paw balm, a collar tag for your pup, some gloves to keep your hands safe, and some Adios Plastic compostable poo bags so that you can go the extra mile for the environment. 

All that from just from a £10 donation? You’d be barking mad not to get one. 

Becky from K9 Nation taking part in K9 Clean Up

Last year

Over the 2020 August bank holiday, K9 Nation managed to raise £1000 towards DogsTrust. With 50 engaged businesses, 150 mentions on social media, nearly 200 participants and a media reach of over 110,000 people, it really was a successful bank holiday weekend. 

And this year we want to go one paw further!

So get yourself a K9 Clean Up Kit, post it all over your social media with #K9Cleanup, and do your part for your local dog community. 

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