Top Dog Training
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How do I raise £1,000?
- Get your fundraising started by self-donating, this is a great way to get the ball rolling.
- Ask your closest business contacts, friends and family to be the first to donate to you to help start a trend.
- Share regular video updates of you and your dog taking on the challenge along with the link to your fundraising page.
- Celebrate each time you hit a milestone in the challenge on social media.
- Ask your company if they can get involved by matching the donations you receive.
- Thank each of your wonderful donors and let them know the difference they’re making.
- Use the social media resources below to help you fundraise.
How do I document my progress?
- Get familiar with using your smartphone to record videos by making some test videos with your dog.
- Record your training sessions with your dog, ask a family member to help you with this.
- While recording, tell people what is happening so they can follow your progress.
- Use any opportunity in your day to spend some time training your dog, such as on an early morning walk or when making a cup of tea.
- Always have your phone nearby to record any impromptu training sessions you may get during the day.
- Regularly share updates of any of your best bits, action shots or funny moments.
- When sharing any updates, always include your fundraising page link so people know how to support you.
- Share any milestones you reach during the challenge. For example: You just raised £500 or you've get mastered a new trick with your dog.