Bryn-y-Maen Animal Centre have nine ‘Super Staffies’ looking for new homes

Friday 23 August 2013

RSPCA Cymru’s animal centre in North Wales is making a special appeal for loving homes for nine Staffordshire Bull Terriers they have in their care.

Staff at Bryn-y-Maen in upper Colwyn Bay say all nine of the dogs have completely different characters and are looking for totally different homes. Some are energetic and active while others are more cuddly and happy with a short walk. … Continue reading…

Tuesday 30 July 2013

RSPCA Cymru is making an urgent appeal to trace the owner of a dog found collapsed on Newport Road in Cardiff last night.

The elderly black and white female Staffordshire Bull terrier was found outside Blooms Garden centre at around 1845 by a passer by.

She had breathing difficulties, a swollen eye and a huge lump on her chest.

An RSPCA inspector took her to the vets where she was diagnosed with having a large tumour … Continue reading…

“She was incredibly thin, all of her ribs, shoulder and pelvic bones were showing”.
Monday 29 July 2013

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information about an abandoned dog found wandering on the A458 road near Welshpool on the morning of Friday 26th July.

The two-year-old grey and white Staffordshire Bull Terrier bitch was in a very poor condition when she was found outside the Neuadd Bridge caravan park in Llanfair Caereinion. Although she had been microchipped the chip was not … Continue reading…


A young boxer/Staffie cross from our West Hatch Animal Centre near Taunton has become the latest success story for both the centre and for Avon and Somerset Police as he graduated this month as a sniffer dog.

Harry was taken to the centre, which is this year celebrating its 50th anniversary, by RSPCA Inspector Sarah Hetherington, after his owners were banned from keeping animals.  A case was brought against them for causing unnecessary suffering after they failed … Continue reading…


The RSPCA is trying to track down the owner of a dog whose body was found wrapped tightly in bin liners between two of the communal bins in Griffin Close, Willesden in London a month ago.

The dog was a female, chocolate brown, Staffordshire Bull Terrier who was lactating indicating that she had recently had a litter of puppies. She had a white blaze down the front of her chest.

She was found on Tuesday 16 April but because … Continue reading…