The number of stray and abandoned dogs taken in by Sefton Council is on the rise each year. Dogs Trust announced this week that the number of stray and abandoned dogs across the country is at an 11 year high. The local authority has revealed that numbers across the borough have almost doubled during the past 3 years. From April 2008 - March 2009 the number of stray/abandoned dogs taken to the RSPCA by Sefton dog wardens and the out of hours dog warden was 232. From April 2009 - March 2010 this increased to 353. From April 2010 to March 2011 there were 423 dogs from across Sefton. Sadly as there are not enough homes for all these unwanted dogs, this results in many of them being put to sleep. NAIS urges anyone who has a dog to neuter him/her, please do not add to this overwhleming problem. If you have a loving home to offer a dog, cat, rabbit, ferret etc please visit your local animal rescue and save a life.
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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