We have been very lucky recently with kind donation and generosity from many different people and organisations. Recently, we received donations in memory of Gordon’s Uncle Tom and in memory of this we have named one of our rescues ‘Uncle Tom’ to honour Gordon’s uncle. Thank you so much for this thoughtful generosity. Uncle Tom volunteered and supported many local animal charities and would be thrilled with supporting our cause.
We are very proud to have been working behind the scenes with those lvoely people over at Haliwell Jones BMW and MINI who have very kindly offered to support and sponsor Sandy the Bulldog. This means they have offered to pay an amount towards Sandy’s vet treatments and spaying. Sandy has had eye surgery and been spayed and we will soon, once she recovers fully, be visiting the local dealership in Southport.
We were very proud that local Formby Church, St Peter’s in Green Lane, decided to dedicate their annual pet service to Little Legs. Forwarding their collection on the day. Everybody had great fun and all the furry friends and even a tortoise got to say hello to one another.
We have collaborated with local plant based cafe and garden centre, Wild Root, to organise a special one off fund raising event for Little Legs dog rehoming. We are very excited to be hosting Little Legs Dog Rehoming’s first fundraising event on Sunday 1st May 2022. We will be providing our classic 3 course roast dinner and there will also be a raffle, quiz and the fuzzy good feeling of knowing you’re helping a little local dog rescue with their […]
I’ve decided to try and be more present with my family over this Christmas period so having a little break from social media – we will of course answer any urgent requests for help. As you can imagine, rescue takes a lot of your energy and emotions and the non stop caring for dogs this year has certainly put a strain on us all.For anyone who doesn’t know – Little Legs is entirely family run, we work across our two […]
Dean Brothers (Formby) Ltd, are supporting us by funding our internet costs, web hosting, email and domain name costs. This is a great help and we thank them very much for their support. Trustee, Iain Dean is Managing Director for Dean Brothers who are a local independent funeral directors.
Morticia and Wednesday have been successfully rehomed.They are two 4 month old miniature Dachshund cross French Bulldog puppies who were the result of an accidental mating. Both puppies are a beautiful black/brindle colour and currently weigh approximately 2.5Kg with Morticia being slightly larger. Both puppies awere initially very shy but are quickly adjusting to life in a busy household. We have started their house training and familiarising them with wearing a collar, having their ears cleaned and nails trimmmed. Both […]