Custard Cream was in a terrible state with overgrown matted fur (Image: HOPE RESCUE) Rescuers even feared for the life of the pooch and her unborn pup (Image: HOPE RESCUE)Ms Rosser said: “You never know what you’re walking into when you’re asked to come and collect dogs but the conditions we came up against during this rescue were absolutely terrible and unacceptable.
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.
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.
Dog thefts hit a record high last year (Image: Getty) Map of dog thefts in UK (Image: Express)Kent Police received 182, Lancashire Constabulary had 116 and South Yorkshire Police had 100.French Bulldogs, which are the second most popular breed in the UK, are one of the most commonly stolen dogs, along with Jack Russell Terriers.
Couples living in apartments with no garden have been warned about 10 cute dogs they should not buy (Image: Getty) Weighing up to 180 lbs, Saint Bernards are not suited to living in close confines (Image: Getty)Springer Spaniels are also highly energetic and tend to run around indoors to keep themselves amused, meaning they are likely to cause damage to a smaller living space.
Dog thieves are reportedly targeting bulldogs, as pet thefts have surged (Image: Getty) A total of 215 dogs were stolen in Merseyside between January 2017 and December 2021 (Image: Getty)One incident, which took place in November 2021, saw masked men break into a family home in Fazakerly in Merseyside and steal seven French bulldog puppies.
'Panther' like 'big cat' spotted in Somerset - Police confirm report of sighting.Confirmation of the report came following a Freedom of Information request asking how many big cat sightings had been reported in the area during 2021.It followed witness accounts of "caracals" and "pumas" roaming the countryside in Devon and Cornwall.
The mother, named Storm had five kittens (Image: RSPCA) Sign up for FREE for latest news plus tips to save money and the environment.
The poor dog was trapped under debris but emerged alive with the help of rescuers (Image: [email protected]@Gerashchenko_en)Mr Herashchenko wrote that the owner of the puppy nearly died himself until he too was saved by the rescuing services.
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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.
A RESCUE dog who "dreams of finding a home" is set to mark the heartbreaking milestone of one year in kennels.Ms Cosby said: “I just don’t understand why Bandit has received such little interest, it’s heartbreaking.“Bandit dreams of the days he will find his new cosy home.
She said: “It really upsets me to think his owner had decided to just dump him like rubbish and simply walk away from their terrified pet.“He must have been very confused and frightened to be tied up and abandoned like this.
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).
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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.