Dogs Trust Merseyside is full to capacity and needs loving owners for both young and old dogs
Dogs Trust Merseyside is appealing to potential dog owners to consider rehoming a rescue dog. The Rehoming Centre is full to capacity after recently taking in a number of litters of unwanted and abandoned puppies. The most recent of these cases was found by a member of the public walking his dog in a local park. The seven pups now have homes but not all of their residents are so lucky.
The Rehoming Centre is at full capacity and sadly has got a five month waiting list for new arrivals until some of the existing canine residents can be found permanent new homes. Staff are now desperate to find new homes for the dogs at the Centre in order to be able to rescue more dogs in need.
Georgina Lowery, Dogs Trust Merseyside Centre Manager, comments:
“We are desperate to find new loving homes for the dogs we have at the centre, and until we can rehome our current dogs, it’s harder for us to take in new ones. We have taken in a number of litters of puppies recently, the majority of which already have new homes but we have a lot of older dogs who we’d love to see go to good homes. All these dogs deserve a second chance at a happy and comfortable life.”
The charity promotes responsible dog ownership and a great amount of consideration should be taken into the lifelong commitment of taking on a dog. If you are interested in providing a rescue dog with a loving new home please contact Dogs Trust Merseyside on 0151 480 0660 or visit the Centre on Whiston Lane in Huyton between 12-4pm Tuesday to Friday.
Dogs Trust is the UK’s largest dog welfare charity and cares for over 14,000 stray and abandoned dogs each year through its network of 17 Rehoming Centres nationwide. For more information about the charity’s work please visit www.dogstrust.org.uk