Bark in The Park & Go Walkies

picture 1_0.pngIt may only be January but we have already started planning this summers 'Bark in the Park' (1st May) and 'Go Walkies' (24th July). Last year both of these events were very successful with Bark in the Park attracting around 1,500 people and their dogs from all over Merseyside to Calderstones Park. This year we are looking to make both events bigger and better.

Who will look after your dog when you are gone?

small_will.jpgNew year is a time of resolutions, if you are making a will and concerned who will look after your dog when you are gone - don't concern, we guarantee to fulfil your wishes.

Taking your loved pet into our care, fulfilling your wishes and finding a new foster home for your loved on to complete their life in.

You can register for Merseyside Dogs Home SOS Scheme. For more information, please contact us at the home.

Missing dog Reggie found in Liverpool - 200 miles from home

small_Reggie_0.jpgA dog who was missing for five months has been reunited with his family just in time for Christmas – after being found 200 miles from home.

Three-year-old Chihuahua Reggie disappeared from Mill Hill in London on August 17, leaving his owner Gerald Limerick, 80, devastated.

Despite a huge Facebook appeal there was no sign of him until Saturday – when he was found by animal wardens in Toxteth .

Pennies from Heaven

small_Penny 1.JPG Penny who had been with us just under two weeks gave birth to five puppies.

On the same day a cheque arrived from Riverview Law donating funds, these funds were used to support her and her young ones, helping to pay towards, food, blankets and vet fees. Your support makes all the difference.

Good Citizen Dog

medium_GCD1.jpgLook who are clever dogs - Bone Idol and Sasha being put through their paces by Tina of the Animal Behaviour Centre.

Idol got his bronze award with Vanesa and Sasha achieved silver award with Poppy.

Both dogs are looking for forever homes.

Pets as Therapy..

medium_White Chapel.JPGWe have commenced our work with the Whitechapel centre assisting in the rehabilitation of those in need, by using dogs as therapy. - through the WAVES of Hope scheme.

The Liverpool Based Whitechapel centre is a leading charity working with the homeless and housing needs.

Go Walkies

large_sp1.JPGThank you to all who turned up in the rain to raise funds for the lost dogs of Merseyside.

It was wet to say the least but many owners braved the weather - not sure the dogs noticed it was raining!

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