The RSPCA is appealing for information after a man reportedly mistreated a dog outside a pub in Stoke-on-Trent.
Witnesses who saw the incident said that the man threw the dog in the air a number of times and let her drop to the floor.
He was confronted by members of the public following the incident, on Thursday evening (12 Oct) outside The Greyhound pub in Manor Court Street, Penkhull, but he walked away and left the dog behind.
The dog, … Continue reading…
An urgent appeal for information has been launched by RSPCA Cymru after a collapsed terrier-type dog was found in a desperate state, on Plas Acton Road in Pandy near Wrexham.
The small male dog, who was unneutered and without a microchip, was found in a small pull-in to a farm gate, next to the Pandy cemetery. He had a large tumour on his back, which was infested with maggots.
He was also visibly thin, and barely had the strength to … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a 12-week-old puppy who could barely stand was abandoned at the side of a road in Buckinghamshire.
The brown-and-white terrier was found by a member of the public in Gladstone Road, Chesham, at approximately 6.45pm on Wednesday (19 July).
A man and a woman in a silver Mercedes Sprinter van were seen dumping the puppy before speeding away.
The dog’s feet were covered in faeces and urine and his breathing was shallow when … Continue reading…
A woman has been banned from keeping animals for 10 years, after abandoning a terrier dog and leaving him to starve to death at a Deeside property.
Debra Teresa Peet (d.o.b 24/10/1962), of Shotton, admitted causing the dog – named Benji – to suffer unnecessarily, with an RSPCA inspector expressing sadness at the “shocking disregard for a fellow living creature”.
Shocking images show the collapsed terrier dog, with bones visible across his skin. He had starved to death, falling amid … Continue reading…
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a young terrier in a poor condition was found near a Buckinghamshire windmill.
The male white-and-tan dog, thought to be aged around one, was found by a couple walking near Brill Windmill, in South Hills, Aylesbury, on Monday (4 April) afternoon. He had no collar or lead.
The RSPCA’s Chief Inspector for Buckinghamshire, Rob Hartley, said: “The two people who found him waited with him for an hour to see if any owners … Continue reading…