The RSPCA is appealing for information after an eight-week-old pug puppy was dumped by a communal bin in Congleton.

The male dog, who has been named Milo, was found by a passer-by next to some bins in Newbold Court, on Saturday (1 October).

Milo, who was suffering from a skin condition, is now in the RSPCA’s care.

Stephen Wickham, an Animal Welfare Officer for the RSPCA, said: “It is so sad that someone deliberately dumped Milo like this, knowing that … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for people to come forward with information after a poorly puppy was dumped in St Helen’s.

The pomeranian puppy was handed in to the RSPCA after being found out in a car park on Monday, 12 September. He was immediately taken to a vets where he was being treated for symptoms of parvo – a virus which can be fatal to dogs.

Sadly, he died overnight after his condition deteriorated.

RSPCA inspector Helen Smith said: “This … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a ten-week-old Collie puppy was dumped on a Derbyshire street.

The female puppy – who has been named Faith – was found by a member of the public in Manchester Road, in Chapel-en-le-Frith, on Saturday evening (July 23).

Her abandonment comes just two weeks after the RSPCA released figures which showed that animals are more likely to be abandoned during the summer months, with one animal being dumped every hour in June, July … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for people to come forward with information about an emaciated dog which was found in a garden, after weeks of investigations have come to a halt.

Coda, a two-year-old American bulldog-type dog, was found in a poor state hiding between two bins in a garden in Church Street, Tipton, on New Year’s Eve. She was immediately taken into the RSPCA’s care, where she was found to be emaciated and with an injured back leg.

The case … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a severely injured dog was found in a Birkenhead cemetery.

The dog was found by members of the public in undergrowth in a remote part of a cemetery off Collin Road, in Prenton, Merseyside, on Saturday (25 January).

Vets who examined the dog – who was named Elmo by veterinary staff – said that every bone in his body had been broken at some point in his life.

Four different vets, including a … Continue reading…