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Snoopy joins forces with Dogs for the Disabled

Photo by Vince Hogan

A certain extroverted beagle known to millions of people for his antics with his friends Charlie Brown and Woodstock is about to help pioneering charity Dogs for the Disabled continue its inspirational work.

Snoopy fans will now be able to collect three adorable cuddly soft-toy keyrings. Each keyring has been made to reflect Snoopy’s best loved characteristics as depicted in the comic strip written for over 50 years by his creator Charles Schultz.

Dogs for the Disabled chief executive Peter Gorbing was delighted to welcome Snoopy to the fundraising team: Snoopy is such an iconic figure, loved by everyone - young and old alike. The new Dogs for the Disabled Snoopy keyrings are not only a great way to support the charity but they will also help spread the word of Dogs for the Disabled’s pioneering work in helping both children and adults to live independently.”

Snoopy keyrings will be sold for a suggested £2.00 donation and initially can be brought through Midland’s Co-op stores and Richer Sounds, but the charity will shortly be confirming the addition of more outlets for this popular character very soon and the three designs will also be available on the charity’s website.

For further information about the charity’s work visit Dogs for the Disabled at