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Dogs Trust Merseyside visits Mothers and Others Accrington!

Accrington’s Mothers and Others Group

As part of Aimee's role as Supporter Relations Officer at Dogs Trust Merseyside, she has the pleasure of getting out about in the community and delivering talks about the work we do at Dogs Trust, right across Lancashire, Merseyside and Cheshire.

Last week Freda (the dog!) and Aimee visited Accrington’s Mothers and Others Group. The group were delighted to meet Freda and made them both super welcome.

The group particularly enjoyed the part of the talk where Aimee shows a short video about our Canine Care Card Scheme. The video features Doreen and her best furry friend Marley - they are just perfect together! The scheme guarantees that we will take care of your dog at Dogs Trust if you should pass away first, giving peace of mind to dog owners.

The talk also covers the history of Dogs Trust, the work we do locally, nationally and case studies of dogs we have helped to find their special someone.

If you would like a speaker for your community group, please contact Aimee on 0151 949 5518 [email protected]