After the huge success of last years Bull breed awareness month nais will again be supporting Freshfields Animal Rescue over 3 weekends in May. Events will be taking place on May 12th at South Park, Bootle, Walton Hall Park 19th, Newsham Park 26th. FREE microchipping will be available and advice on neutering.
Neutering Animals in Sefton will be holding a stall at Freshfield's Animal Rescue's Bunny Bonanza on 1st April. Please come along and show us your support!
Bank Holiday Fun For All the Family!!
Games for the Kids - Stalls - Raffle - Face Painting - Cakes - Easter Egg Hunt - Crafts - Meet the Animals... and more!
Special Guest Appearance by ‘The Easter
We have been selected to appear on Lush's Charity Pot. This means that everytime someone buys a charity pot from Lush we will get a share of the profits from it. The current charity pot's will be in the stores until April so go and buy yours and help us to continue the work that we do.
All of the money is split evenly between the selected charities but we would still recommend looking out for
145 animals neutered this year. We plan to do many more in 2013.
Thank you to everyone who has supported us this year and to Freshfields animal rescue for allowing us
Animal welfare campaigners are urging the government to rule out the prospect of unwanted pets being used in scientific experiments.
A number of MPs from all sides have signed a Commons early day motion calling for a ban on the
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More than 120,000 stray dogs were picked up by local authorities in the last 12 months, the highest number in 11 years.
New figures from the Dogs Trust suggest that on average 345 stray dogs are picked up every day.
But more than one in 20, a total of 7,571 dogs, were put down as they were unable to be
Before Paul O’Grady agreed to present For the
Due to the success of the Bootle and Netherton Park events, two more were scheduled to take place at Norris Green Park and Newsham Park. The sun shone down on us (despite the forcast for Newsham day!) and people and their dogs came from all around to support us. The dog shows were a roaring success, with an outstanding 42 dogs participating in just one class - the Loveliest eyes competition!
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This park event has been organised by Sefton Council and NAIS have been asked along to offer discount microchipping (for only £5!) and promote responsible pet ownership, which includes neutering. If you would like to talk to us about neutering your pet at a discount rate then pop along to the park! There will be a fun dog show amongst other things to do. Come along and support