On his visit to Liverpool, His Royal Highness, The Duke of Cambridge was keen to hear about the work we do at the centre. Spending time to discuss our charitable objectives, the way we go about achieving them, not only to help dogs but people in need.
The home is more than just a dogs home, we are reinventing what it means to be a dogs home and in a few weeks time we will have some exciting news about how our projects are being recognised nationally.
At Merseyside dogs home we do much more than help the lost dogs of Merseyside.
Our unique people development programmes help to rahabilitate people by using that special bond humans have with dogs.
Bark-Zella went to visit children in St Patricks School today as part of our Bark and Read Programme, she was greeted with big hugs, tummy tickles and some very good reading from the children!
Zella is four years old and is just one of many lost and stray dogs at Merseyside Dogs Home looking for their forever furmily.