The RSPCA’s veterinary clinic in Merthyr Tydfil will be offering free dental checks from 16 November to 4 December.

The dental checks will be provided by a veterinary nurse who will issue general dental hygiene advice including how to keep your pets teeth healthy and will make referrals to the vet if necessary.

Clinic manager Rosalind Munday-Thompson said: “The free dental check will be available to people on low incomes or certain benefits who live in the surrounding community.

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A blind dog who was tied to a pallet of bricks and left to die has got a reason to wag her tail again after finding a wonderful new home.

Delphine the springer spaniel captured the hearts of the nation after being dumped in a remote lane in Maidstone, Kent earlier this year.

Despite being safe and well-cared for Delphine did not like life in kennels and rarely wagged her tail. But the glum little dog’s life has been transformed … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after several young kittens and a cockerel were dumped in the woods and left to survive on their own.

The animals were abandoned in Bexley Hill, Petworth, on the side of a single-track road.

Local residents spotted three kittens and a cockerel on October 24 at the edge of a patch of woodland and, concerned for their welfare, called the RSPCA.

Inspector Andrew Kirby visited on the cold, wet day, but was unable to … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a sick and starving dog was found abandoned in Snodland, Kent.

The four-year-old male boxer was found running loose at a disused water plant in Ham Hill on Monday evening (November 2) by a walker who called the RSPCA and took him to a nearby vet.

He was very thin, starving and thirsty. He also had a large, bloody wound on the back of his neck and an open, bleeding tumour on his … Continue reading…

ASSEMBLY Member for Aberavon, David Rees, has accompanied RSPCA inspector Neill Manley on several calls in and around the region.

The ride along gave Mr Rees a chance to experience what RSPCA inspectors deal with on a day to day basis. Throughout the course of a busy day, they dealt with a number of routine calls.

David Rees AM said: “I really appreciated the opportunity to spend a day on call with Neill and it was great to witness first … Continue reading…