The RSPCA is appealing for information after a pregnant dog was dumped in Stoke-on-Trent.

The five year-old German Shepherd was found by a member of the public tied up outside Hanchurch Woods in Stoke at 5.30am on Sunday (September 20).

The dog – who has been named Fern due to being found near woods – was in a poor condition, very thin and unable to eat. The member of the public took her to a vet, who contacted the RSPCA. … Continue reading…

An RSPCA branch is thanking members of the public who donated towards the treatment for a dog with tumours who was dumped in Stoke-on-Trent.

Bubbles, a white Staffordshire bull terrier, was found in Garsdale Crescent, Blurton, on Tuesday, 8 September and was taken into the RSPCA’s care.

She was found to be riddled with tumours and a fundraising drive was launched to pay towards surgery to remove them.

Bubbles has had the operation to remove her external tumours, but unfortunately … Continue reading…

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a dog with two big tumours was dumped in Stoke-on-Trent.

The white Staffordshire bull terrier, who has been nicknamed Bubbles, was found in Garsdale Crescent, Blurton, on Tuesday morning (8 September).

She has a tumour inside her mouth and on the right side of her body. She is currently being treated and being kept comfortable at a vets. It is not known how old she is.

RSPCA Inspector Laura Bryant said: “She is … Continue reading…

A 19 year old woman from Staffordshire has had her hair shaved off in aid of the RSPCA, raising much-needed funds.


#AnimalHero Nikki Kelly, who lives on Linden Grove, Newcastle Under Lyme, did the sponsored event on Friday (20 December) at her local Toni & Guy salon, who took the opportunity to become #AnimalHeroes themselves by doing it for free and offering discounted follow up appointments.


Nikki said: “They were the first place I rang and they said … Continue reading…

Wednesday 14 November 2012

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a dog was found dumped in a phone box in Stafford during the early hours of Monday 12 November.

RSPCA Inspector Nayman Dunderdale received a call at around 5am to say a dog had been left inside the phone box in First Avenue, Stafford.

The dog is a brindle and white coloured female bull terrier cross breed dog and is thought to be around three years old.

The dog … Continue reading…