There’s good news for Bruce the dog who was found with holes in his head, having been beaten and set on fire in Cumbria.
Based on scan results back yesterday and feedback from his fosterer, vets say that he seems to be happy and enjoying life.
RSPCA chief inspector Rob Melloy said: “It’s nothing short of a miracle really.
“To say we are relieved by the feedback from vets is an understatement.
“We have been really … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a very poorly Saluki-type dog limped onto a petrol station forecourt in Huddersfield.
The female brindle-coloured dog had a broken front right leg and black football socks had been tied so tightly around her other three legs to cover sores from a severe skin condition that they had cut into them. She was also emaciated.
RSPCA inspector Rebecca Goulding said: “We believe her leg had been broken for about a week … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a man was seen dumping a dog on a busy road in Liverpool in broad daylight.
Members of the public witnessed a man in a green old-style Land Rover pull up on Shevingtons Lane, Kirkby, take the dog out of the car before driving off – abandoning the dog on the side of the road. The incident happened at 2pm on Tuesday (2 October).
The dog, a male Staffie, starting running on the … Continue reading…
A Vale of Glamorgan woman has been given a community order, curfew and a decade-long ban from keeping animals, after causing her dog prolonged and unnecessary suffering for a period of months, with an RSPCA officer finding the poor animal “unable to stand and in a woeful body condition”.
Caroline Tilley (d.o.b 15/02/1978), of South View, Rhoose, pleaded guilty to an Animal Welfare Act offence, and was sentenced at Cardiff Magistrates’ Court last Tuesday (25 September).
An RSPCA Cymru officer … Continue reading…
The RSPCA has launched an appeal for information after an underweight, dead, maggot-infested French bulldog puppy was found wrapped in a towel by a Merthyr riverbank.
A member of the public made the shock discovery on 24 July, opposite Merthyr College, by the bank of the River Taff in the centre of the South Wales town.
The French bulldog’s body was found wrapped in a yellow towel – and after being examined by a vet was found to have suspicious … Continue reading…