The RSPCA is appealing for information after three dead dogs were found dumped at the side of a road in a Bedfordshire village.
A passing lorry driver discovered the bodies at the side of Cranfield Road, near the village of Salford.
All three dogs appeared to have injuries although it cannot be confirmed at this stage how they died. A post-mortem examination on the dogs is planned to take place this week.
The three dogs are:
The RSPCA Coventry and Nuneaton branch are appealing for the paw-fect people to become volunteer fosterers and help them care for rescue cats and dogs.
The branch takes in animals who have been injured, neglected and abused to rehabilitate and rehome them – but they desperately need more fosterers to help them.
Jade Mason, from the RSPCA Coventry and Nuneaton branch, said: “We need both dog and cat fosterers but particularly dogs as there is a real shortage at the … Continue reading…
Animal lovers in the Wrexham area are being invited to enjoy a cuppa and cake to help raise vital funds and awareness of responsible pet ownership.
The RSPCA’s Wrexham & District Branch has organised a pet-friendly Coffee Morning on Saturday (24 February), at the War Memorial building in Queensferry.
Supporters will have the opportunity to meet the Branch’s team and volunteers, and learn more about the charity’s work to promote responsible pet ownership in the local area, through vaccination, neutering, … Continue reading…
A major RSPCA badger baiting trial has resulted in two men being sent to prison, another man handed a suspended custodial sentence, and a youth given a referral order, for their role in the barbaric treatment of animals in North Wales.
Sentencing took place today (Monday 5 February) at Llandudno Magistrates’ Court, after what has been described by the RSPCA as a “landmark” case.
Rare surveillance footage filmed by RSPCA officers from the charity’s Special Operations Unit, caught dogs being … Continue reading…
A Briton Ferry couple have been banned from keeping animals for a decade after subjecting a number of pets to “squalid” conditions, with bottles or urine and cardboard boxes of faeces discarded across a filthy property.
Robert Roy Rickman (d.o.b 08/04/1972) and Ceri Ann Rickman (d.o.b 28/03/1985), both of Parc Newydd, Briton Ferry, had both previously admitted causing unnecessary suffering to 15 domestic cats, and failing to take reasonable steps to ensure the needs of two dogs were met.
An … Continue reading…