A black and fawn pug has been found in a Lliswerry Park in a “devastating state” with injuries consistent with dog fighting.
RSPCA Cymru was alerted after a member of the public spotted the struggling dog in Black Ash Park in Newport on 12 May.
The dog was unable to walk, and was covered in nasty wounds which vets thought were several days old, and potentially indicated fighting activity.
The pug was rushed to a local veterinary practice, where he … Continue reading…
Approximately 400 humans and hundreds of dogs took over Bute Park on Saturday (May 18) as the hotly-anticipated Big Walkies Live returned to Cardiff.
The event marked a “celebration of dogs of all shapes and sizes” – as canines and their owners enjoyed two scenic walk routes through the beautiful surroundings of the central Cardiff-based park.
Attendees also savoured the Big Walkies Live event village – including entertainment from Radio Cardiff 98.7FM DJs Wyburn & Wayne, plus refreshments, stalls and … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a dead dog was found dumped in Selby, North Yorkshire.
The lurcher-type dog was discovered amongst fly-tipped rubbish on a track running parallel to the River Aire off the A19.
RSPCA inspector Thomas Hutton said: “The dog was inside a white builder’s sack and had tyres stacked on top of them.
“There were also a large amount of dog food tins, which could possibly have been dumped by the same person…. Continue reading…
The RSPCA has launched an investigation after a puppy was found ‘buried alive’ in a Leyland field in a ‘hideous act of cruelty’.
A dog walker was out on Saturday (27 April) training their working dogs when they made the shocking discovery.
RSPCA Inspector Alison Fletcher, who is now investigating, said: “When the dogs didn’t return their owner went to find them and realised they’d sniffed out a mound of disturbed earth in the middle of the field. … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after the ‘thinnest dog ever seen alive’ by an RSPCA inspector was found in Accrington, Lancashire.
The dog, who has been named Eric by veterinary staff caring for him, was unable to stand or lift his head.
He was found by a member of the public on the afternoon of Saturday 2 March and collapsed soon after.
RSPCA inspector Nina Small said: “He was in the yard of an empty council … Continue reading…