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The Scoop: #RescueIsMyFavouriteBreed and POGDOGS

We launched 'The Scoop', a new version of Battersea's flagship email newsletter, beginning of November 2019 to coincide with our #RescueIsMyFavouriteBreed campaign.

'The Scoop' has a fresh new design, a warmer tone, and a flexible layout to accommodate different content types, to truly show off the best of Battersea to our email subscribers each month. Our monthly newsletter with all the latest news from behind-the-scenes at Battersea, including animal updates and more.

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