The RSPCA is appealing for information after the body of a dog with suspected stab wounds was found in Birmingham.

The seven-month-old brindle and white female Staffordshire bull terrier was found by members of the public on Saturday (9 April) in Walkers Heath Park, off Druids Lane, in Druids Heath.

On examination, she was found to have two suspected stab wounds to the chest and a fractured left hind leg. She was not microchipped and was not wearing a collar…. Continue reading…

In the 700 days Bia has been in the RSPCA’s care, she has seen hundreds of dogs come and go – but the friendly Staffordshire bull terrier is still looking for someone to adopt her as their own.

Three-year-old Bia arrived in the RSPCA’s care in 2014 as a puppy after she was found in a severely neglected state in a back garden.

Now she is at the RSPCA’s Blackberry Farm animal centre, in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, where staff have tried … Continue reading…

Teisha is desperately searching for a new family to take her in after losing the last member of her own family.

 

Teisha’s story is a sad one. And she’s been waiting for 18 months for her happy ending.

 

The 10-year-old Staffordshire bull terrier (pictured right) arrived at the RSPCA’s Bridlington, Driffield & District branch in July 2014 with her brother, Bracken.

 

They were taken in by the charity after their former owner, who was working increasingly long … Continue reading…

A female Staffordshire bull terrier type dog has been found tied up in the cold and dark, emaciated and covered in sores in Middleton, Greater Manchester.

 

She was discovered by a dog walker at around 7.30pm on Saturday night (30 January) tied to a gate by a red, cord Ancol lead at the cut-through to a field between some houses on Ulswater Drive.

 

RSPCA inspector Nichola Waterworth said: “Thankfully she was spotted by the member of the public … Continue reading…

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The RSPCA is appealing for information after a terrified young puppy was left tied to a tree at daybreak in a muddy area of a Somerset village.

A group of people from the village of Creech St. Michael near Taunton Deane were out walking their dog in an area known to locals as ‘20-acre field’ at about 7:30am on Friday, 15 January. They saw a young man running away down the canal path, and shortly after they heard the sound … Continue reading…