Darcy the dog found dumped and badly injured
  Saluki found running down country lane

 

Friday 12 July 2013

The RSPCA is appealing for information after an injured saluki lurcher dog was found running down a lane in St Albans with a metal chain dragging behind him.

 

The young dog, who has been named Darcy by staff at the RSPCA Southridge Animal Centre, was found by a member of the public on Wednesday 10 July.  He was running … Continue reading…

13.06.13

We are appealing for information after a Jack Russell was shot by an air rifle while out on her morning walk.

Paul Whiston, of Harlow, Essex walked his nine-year-old dog Millie to the end of their cul-de-sac on Saturday, 1 June when she was callously shot.

The damage was so serious that she lost a kidney and is continuing to suffer serious health problems.

Paul said:

“One minute she was happily sniffing in a bush and the next she

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We share support for consolidated law and control notices

17.05.13
The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (EFRA) Committee yesterday (Thursday, 16 May) released a report on dog control and welfare.

The report suggests dog legislation should be consolidated and tougher limitsshould be introduced on dog breeding.

David Bowles, the RSPCA’s head of public affairs, said:

“The RSPCA has tirelessly lobbied successive governments to introduce a consolidated Act to legislate on dog control and dog breeding, and are delighted to see … Continue reading…

Thursday 15 November 2012

The RSPCA was alerted after a member of the public after they discovered the dog tied to the porch outside their house, 17 Marley Avenue, New Milton at about 7.20pm on Wednesday 14 November 2012.

Doreen Denton, sent her husband Christopher to have a look, after she was disturbed by the noise of children laughing and chattering outside, along with the sound of a dog crying.

Mrs Denton said: ” I thought something must be wrong … Continue reading…

Wednesday 14 November 2012

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a dog was found dumped in a phone box in Stafford during the early hours of Monday 12 November.

RSPCA Inspector Nayman Dunderdale received a call at around 5am to say a dog had been left inside the phone box in First Avenue, Stafford.

The dog is a brindle and white coloured female bull terrier cross breed dog and is thought to be around three years old.

The dog … Continue reading…