The RSPCA has launched an appeal for information after a French bulldog with “nasty” untreated wounds was found in Cardiff.
Officers from the animal welfare charity were alerted after the dog was brought into a veterinary practice on Friday 15 July, after she was found in the Mynachdy area of the city.
The dog’s injuries were consistent with biting.
Injuries include large areas of defect to the right forelimb, and exposed bone towards the wrist. A series of deep wounds … Continue reading…
The journey of two fat staffies put on a diet plan to shift the pounds is set to hit the nation’s TV screens.
Tomorrow’s episode (6 July) of ‘The Dog Rescuers‘ on Five features Staffordshire bull terrier duo Honey and Spotty from Norwich, and their battle with weight loss.
RSPCA inspector Emily Astillberry paid a visit to the chubby duo after concerned reports about their condition were made to the charity.
While the RSPCA often deals with issues … Continue reading…
The RSPCA has rescued 45 dogs from inappropriate conditions in Ceredigion.
Officers from the animal welfare charity were alerted to the dogs being kept at dilapidated farm premises in the West Wales area. The RSPCA attended the site on four occasions in January to help the dogs.
The sheer quantity of dogs meant the owner was struggling to meet their basic needs – with a lack of shelter, poor diet and a lack of parasite control all of immediate concern … Continue reading…
He may be missing a full pout – but that doesn’t stop Fig giving you a big sloppy kiss!
Fig – the patterdale terrier type dog – was taken in by the RSPCA last month after he was found with horrific injuries to his mouth, jaw and lips which were suspected to have been caused by badger baiting.
An information appeal was launched after he wandered into a yard at Painscastle covered in mud, extremely thirsty and with severe injuries … Continue reading…
RSPCA Cymru has welcomed the presentation of a report from a Member of the Senedd to the Welsh Government focussed on the importance of supporting homeless people with dogs to access safe accommodation.
Jack Sargeant, MS for Alyn and Deeside, has submitted the ‘Pet Friendly Paw-licy’ to the Welsh Government, following discussions with a host of animal welfare organisations and housing groups – including the RSPCA.
The new report highlights that pet ownership must not be a barrier to accessing … Continue reading…