Roderick was 'bullied' by another dog in his last home (Image: RSPCA) Sign up for FREE for latest news plus tips to save money and the environment.The one-year-old American Bulldog crossbreed is on the RSPCA's 'special' animals list (Image: RSPCA)Roderick is looking for a new owner who has experience of large dogs.
The puppies were found in Heathervale Recreation Ground in New Haw, Addlestone, last Monday (Image: RSPCA)Ms Kitchin added: “Our centres are full to bursting at the moment and, sadly, we’ve seen an increase in the number of animals coming into our care.
A dog has been rescued after being found 'collapsed in a pool of blood' in a West Yorkshire garden (Image: RSPCA)"He had a total of eight open, bloodied wounds which all needed cleaning and stitching under anaesthetic.
Poor Charlie has been waiting for a forever home for almost 500 days (Image: RSPCA) The RSPCA is hoping it will be third time lucky for the five-year-old crossbreed (Image: RSPCA)“He’s come such a long way from the scared and nervous dog he was when he arrived at the centre back in January 2021.
Henry is patiently waiting for a forever home (Image: BATTERSEA/RSPCA)"Henry struggles with anxiety and is looking to find somebody who can spend and dedicate time with him until he is feeling settled.
A RESCUE dog has been sent back to the RSPCA shelter it came from after just two days in his new home.Fidget was sent back to a shelter after just two days in his new home (Image: RSPCA) Sign up for FREE for latest news plus tips to save money and the environment.
‘He’s incredibly intelligent and picks up new things very quickly’ (Picture: RSPCA)Sarah said: ‘Cody is such a fabulous little dog, and he’ll thrive in the right home.
Poor Skye has a leg deformity which the charity think might put some people off (Picture: RSPCA)The RSPCA has launched a heartfelt appeal to find a new home for Skye, a three-year-old dog who has spent more than 150 days at one of their centres – yet still hasn’t had one viewing.
The mother, named Storm had five kittens (Image: RSPCA) Sign up for FREE for latest news plus tips to save money and the environment.
Ashton’s fur was severely matted when he was found abandoned (Picture: RSPCA) Poor Ashton was not in a good way when he arrived at Greater Manchester Animal Hospital (Picture: RSPCA) Ashton had to have fur equivalent to 10% of his body weight shaved off by vets (Picture: RSPCA)RSPCA Inspector Ryan King said given Ashton’s poor eyesight it was ‘not surprising the poor dog’ was ‘too terrified’ to move from where he was abandoned.
Two young rabbits were found abandoned in a car park in Highbury nine days after Easter last year (Image: RSPCA)“Not just the cost of getting them, but the ongoing costs of caring for them throughout the rest of their lives.
He’s very chill about wearing his muzzle (Picture: RSPCA)Emma said: ‘I just don’t understand why Bandit has received such little interest, it’s heartbreaking.‘We understand that he’s nervous, and he’ll need committed owners who are willing to come and meet him multiple times before taking him home.
The animal charity has launched a campaign called 'Save Our Breath' to urge pet owners to "stop seeing these pets as cute and recognise the serious health issues they face".RSPCA chief vet Caroline Allen has explained that she understands the appeal of flat-faced pooches, but that breeding for these features can compromise a pup’s health and welfare.
(Picture: RSPCA) ‘We’d urge owners never to abandon their pet but to ask for help’ (Picture: RSPCA)The pup, who the team named Sally, is now recovering in one of the charity’s animal centres, and will soon be placed in a foster home when she’s well enough.
RSPCA rescue dog Ellie still waiting for home after 450 days.Ellie was found with over 40 other dogs in a ramshackle barn (Image: RSPCA Wales).
Since then, the three-year-old border collie has built up her confidence in the care of the RSPCA.But poor Ellie is still waiting to be picked by adopters at the charity's Bryn-y-Maen Animal Centre in Upper Colwyn Bay. Ellie and another dog called Charlie at the RSPCA's Newport Animal Centre are the only two pooches from the barn who have not found forever homes and are the RSPCA's longest staying residents in Wales.