Liam Gallagher mad for mutts
Former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher has donated a signed guitar to raise money for dogs charities
Liam Gallagher has donated a signed guitar to help dogs.
The former Oasis frontman has given a classic Epiphone Casino guitar adorned with his signature to launch PUP AID 2010 - the UK's first charity boutique music festival and celebrity-judged dog show.
Liam stopped off at the Gibson Guitar Showroom, in London, with wife Nicole Appleton and their Dachshund dog Ruby Tuesday to hand over the instrument to TV vet Marc Abraham.
Marc - who is the resident vet on UK television shows 'This Morning' and 'My Pet Shame' - said: "As a massive Oasis fan I'm honoured Liam and Nicole are involved and helping me to promote dog welfare as well as raising much-needed funds for both rescue and the research into the health and happiness of all dogs."
PUP AID 2010 takes place in Brighton, England, on September 19 and is aiming to raise awareness about the cruel industry of puppy farming.
The guitar will now be taken on a tour of music festivals to gain more signatures from mutt-loving rock stars before being auctioned off at the event.
All money raised from the sale will go to three dog charities - the Dogs Trust, Kennel Club Charitable Trust and the Oldies Club.