The RSPCA is appealing for information after three dead dogs were found dumped at the side of a road in a Bedfordshire village.
A passing lorry driver discovered the bodies at the side of Cranfield Road, near the village of Salford.
All three dogs appeared to have injuries although it cannot be confirmed at this stage how they died. A post-mortem examination on the dogs is planned to take place this week.
The three dogs are:
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a suffering dog was dumped in Middlesbrough.
The female Shar Pei type was found tied to a tree with a piece of string at the entrance to a footpath on Slip Inn Bank, just off Ladgate Lane, at around 1pm today (Friday 9 March).
She was wearing a red Adidas jumper.
RSPCA inspector Ian Smith said: “This dog is in a shocking condition.
“She is emaciated and has a … Continue reading…
The burned remains of a Rottweiler dog have been found in Sunderland.
The male dog was found by a member of the public on a footpath just off Claxheugh Road, South Hylton at around 3pm on Tuesday afternoon (6 March).
The dog is thought to have been aged between eight and 11 years old.
RSPCA inspector Terri-Ann Fannon said: “This was an absolutely horrible and upsetting thing to come across.
“At the moment we don’t know how … Continue reading…
A member of the public in Bagillt had a shock after their door was knocked, and they were handed a poorly snake stuffed in a pillowcase.
The boa constrictor was dumped at the Neston View property yesterday evening (27 February), shortly after 6.30pm.
People at the household already kept a number of exotic pets – so it is believed the individual dropping off the snake was aware of this.
An RSPCA officer attended the property to collect a very lethargic, … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after two dogs were found roaming the streets in poor condition in Northumberland.
The dogs – a female brindle and white lurcher and an entire male Staffordshire bull terrier – were wandering around in Lynemouth on Tuesday 20 February.
RSPCA inspector Helen Bestwick said: “A member of the public found the lurcher at 4.45am on Bridge Road.
“At 5.30am they found the staffy on Sea View, which is at the end of … Continue reading…