The RSPCA has launched an investigation after a dog who went missing from her home four years ago was found with serious injuries thought to have been caused by dog-fighting.
The Staffordshire bull terrier was found on The Leverretts, in Birmingham, by a member of the public on 28 December. The woman contacted the RSPCA and an inspector went to collect the dog.
When Inspector Mike Scargill arrived, he was shocked by the state of the dog. She had extensive … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a dog was seen being thrown from a bridge in Wirral.
A member of the public rescued the dog – a male border terrier – after witnessing him being thrown from a bridge in Lingham Lane, Moreton, onto wasteland below on New Year’s Day.
The dog is now in the RSPCA’s care, where staff have nicknamed him Milo. Sadly Milo isn’t microchipped so the RSPCA is hoping the public will be able to … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a dead six-week-old puppy was found dumped in a box on a Derbyshire street.
The male brown and white crossbreed-type puppy was found in Guildford Avenue, Swadlincote, on Friday evening (15 December). The person who found the dog, inside a pink box, contacted the RSPCA.
Inspector Charlotte Melvin said: “The poor puppy was really thin and was suffering from worms – there were worms inside the box which they were dumped in.
“There … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is investigating after a tumour-ridden dog was tied up and left for dead under a bush.
A member of the public found the distressed dog, thought to be a collie cross, tied up in an alleyway next to Available Car, in Station Road, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, on Saturday morning (16 December).
He was immediately taken to a vet, where he was put to sleep on welfare grounds as he was so poorly.
RSPCA inspector Sarah Gardner said: “This … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after the body of a four-month-old puppy with injuries to his neck and leg was found in a communal bin in Newcastle-under-Lyme.
A member of the public made the shocking discovery, in Wilton Street, on Tuesday evening (12 December).
The body of the tan Staffordshire bull terrier-type dog, who had blood all over his neck and face, has now been removed by an RSPCA officer.
The dog wasn’t microchipped so the RSPCA has been … Continue reading…