Dog thrown over wall at Freshfields animal rescue in Ince Blundell
Abandoned Dog Found at Freshfields
On what was the coldest night of the year, a dog was thrown over the wall at our Liverpool rescue centre in Ince Blundell. Thankfully she was discovered by a member of staff, and did not perish in the snow.
We believe the female dog is a Patterdale Terrier, dark brown with a white chest and docked tail. We estimate that she is about 5 years old.
The dog has been named Pepper, and is now safe and warm in the care of the Kennels staff at Freshfields Animal Rescue.
She is microchipped, but sadly the chip has not been registered. We need information about the dog’s medical history and background in order to give this girl the best care we can, and we are appealing for anyone who has any information to come forward.
If you know anything about the dog or know where she could have come from we urge you to contact us in confidence at the rescue centre on 0151 931 1604.
Operations Manager Dawn Hurst said:
‘If anyone finds themselves in a desperate situation with an animal, we would urge them to always contact us before thinking about putting the animal’s life in danger by abandoning it in this way. Please consider contacting us before things come to a crisis such as this.
We are here to help. Even if we are not able to immediately take in the animal, we will always offer other help and advice. We may be able to suggest alternative temporary kennels, give behavioural and neutering advice, help with food or a crate or give you other recommended rescue numbers. Together with you, we can work out the best way to help you and your pet.’