The RSPCA is appealing for information after a dog was found with such a severe skin condition she had open wounds in Sheffield.
The Staffordshire bull terrier type dog was spotted on Mason Avenue in the Swallownest area on Tuesday (28 January) and taken to a local vet practice.
RSPCA animal welfare officer Liz Braidley said: “Initially it looked like she had been in a fight or attacked, such was the severity of the wounds.
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A snake ‘wreaked havoc’ in a hotel room* in Doncaster on New Year’s Eve.
The RSPCA was called about the kingsnake – which is a species commonly kept as a pet – at about 6pm after someone had checked into the hotel, gone to their room and discovered the reptile.
RSPCA inspector Sara Jordan said: “Staff were alerted and went to the room, saw the snake, closed and put towels up against the door and promptly called us!
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The RSPCA is appealing for information after an emaciated and suffering dog was found in Maltby, South Yorkshire.
Dingo – as he’s been named by RSPCA staff – came into our care on Monday (1 July) after a call to our cruelty line.
RSPCA Inspector Sara Jordan said: “He was found by a teenager in woods in Maltby and taken home after it became apparent he was alone and in poor condition.
“He was very thin and … Continue reading…
A duck who RSPCA officers and a local animal lover tried to rescue for nearly a week because he had a dart through his neck has been captured, treated and released back into the wild.
The RSPCA was first called about the male mallard on Tuesday 26 February after he was spotted beside the River Don, Sheffield Road, Oxspring with the four inch metal dart through his neck.
Officers attended almost every day until he was finally rescued … Continue reading…
A sparrowhawk has been released back into the wild after coming into RSPCA care when she collided with a window.
The female bird of prey was collected from an address on New Road in Barnsley on Saturday 16 February.
RSPCA wildlife officer, animal welfare officer (AWO) Liz Braidley, said: “She had flown into a balcony window while chasing her prey, which she still had hold of when I collected her and refused to let go of!
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