The RSPCA is appealing for information after a puppy was found tied to a tree in a Buckinghamshire wood.

The Staffordshire Bull Terrier, called Patch and thought to be around nine months’ old, was found by a member of the public tied to a tree in woods off Old Saw Mill Lane, in Amersham, on Thursday (24 September).

Patch, pictured right, is microchipped but the RSPCA has made contact with the person whose details are on the chip and they … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a dead dog was found dumped in a ditch near Morrison’s supermarket in Totton – a spot known for having major fly-tipping problems.

The female, adult Staffordshire bull terrier had not been microchipped, making it difficult to identify exactly where she has come from. It is not yet known how the dog died or came to have been dumped in the ditch on Mansergh Walk in Totton, and the RSPCA is asking anyone … Continue reading…

The RSPCA’s annual figures for 2014 show that cruelty complaints investigated by the charity in England and Wales have gone up*.

 

The RSPCA investigated 159,831 complaints in 2014 compared to 153,770 in 2013. The number of complaints investigated in West Yorkshire (8,440) was second only to Greater London (12,202), with Greater Manchester (8,069) having the third highest number. Lancashire also made the top ten, in sixth (5,252), and South Yorkshire, in seventh (5,158).

 

A shocking 20,258 of … Continue reading…

RSPCA appeals for information

The RSPCA is appealing for information after two dogs were found dumped in a poorly state by the river in Tottenham, one barely able to walk because he was so thin.

Mo, a female British bulldog, thought to be around five years old, and Morris, a male Staffordshire bull terrier, thought to be about ten, were discovered by the water’s edge at Tottenham Marshes near Kessock Close at around 10pm on Thursday 8 January by some … Continue reading…

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Stars of Strictly Come Dancing have helped to put a spring in the step of two abandoned Staffies after they made appeals on social media to help find them a new home.

Reigning dancefloor champion Abbey Clancy was among the stars to send out tweets encouraging a new owner to come forward for Fred and Ginger.

The two lovable staffies were named after the iconic Hollywood dance partners Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.

Show favourites – judge Bruno Tonioli … Continue reading…