Dog owners across Ceredigion are being offered a “fantastic opportunity” to “protect their canine companion” by getting them neutered for just £35.
RSPCA Ceredigion Branch has joined forces with Cardigan-based Priory Vets, at Gwalia Gardens, to offer those eligible for means tested benefits the special offer.
Eligible dog owners can collect vouchers from the Priory Vets Cardigan Surgery between January 8 and January 20, with the voucher valid for the entire calendar year.
Neutering dogs is a great way to … Continue reading…
RSPCA Cymru has rescued a Manx shearwater, found lethargic and sitting in the middle of an Aberystwyth road.
The seabird was found in a disorientated state, and is thought to have been blown off course – with many of the birds seeking to migrate to South America at this time of year.
RSPCA Cymru rescued the bird, who is now at Gower Bird Hospital for rehabilitation, before an anticipated release back to the wild. The bird was collected by the … Continue reading…
RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information, following reports of pet poisonings in the Llandysul area, Ceredigion.
The charity is also urging cat owners to be cautious after two cats – named Pearly and Murray – were sadly put to sleep in October, after the owner’s vet confirmed they had been poisoned with ethylene glycol, the main ingredient in anti-freeze.
Following the reports, the RSPCA has been making enquiries locally, and are appealing to the public to come forward with any … Continue reading…