Calling all dog owners and animal lovers in the Wrexham area!

RSPCA Wrexham District & Deeside Branch is inviting you to join them for a Big Walkies event at Alyn Waters Park in Wrexham this Sunday 22 July with registration starting at 10.45am and the walk beginning at approximately 11am.

Volunteer and events officer Dylan Evans said: “We can’t wait for this fur-tastic event this Sunday and are really looking forward to meeting lots of dog owners and their canine … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru is urging dog owners to leave their pets at home while attending the Royal Welsh Show next week.

Visitors are not permitted to bring their dogs to the Royal Welsh Agricultural Show which is being held next Monday (23 July) to Thursday (26 July). Only assistance dogs and dogs competing are allowed.

Sadly it has been known that in previous years dogs have been left inside cars in the car parks – which RSPCA Cymru has warned can … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru has welcomed a letter from the Minister for Environment, Hannah Blythyn AM, to Natural Resources Wales (NRW) in response to a review on the use of firearms on land it manages.

The review, which included 36 submissions with over 220 pieces of qualifying evidence, included a consultation response from RSPCA Cymru. In its consultation response, the animal welfare charity recommended that there must be “strong scientific evidence” for the taking and killing of wild animals in each instance…. Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after three more gulls have been found with air gun injuries – two of which were fatally injured.

Two gulls were found on Salisbury Avenue, Prestatyn – one was found dead and the other was sadly put to sleep to avoid further suffering due to the severity of the bird’s injuries. A third gull was also found at Rhyl High School on Grange Road, and was discovered to be dead.

Following x-rays at Stapeley … Continue reading…

RSPCA Cymru has today welcomed the “fantastic news” that the Welsh Government intends to introduce a bill to ban the use of wild animals in circuses in Wales over the next 12 months.

The First Minister, Carwyn Jones, made the announcement today (17 July) along with four other pieces of legislation that the Welsh Government intends to bring forward over the next year.

RSPCA Cymru has consistently campaigned on this issue for some two decades – with over 9,000 signing … Continue reading…