Oh no (Picture: SSPCA)Microchips from the poor pup who died matched the chips from the rescued three, and it’s suspected they were abandoned by a dodgy breeder after it was discovered the virus was a risk.
The RSPCA is warning owners not to even take their dogs on short walks during high temperatures (Image: GETTY)"Most people know that dogs die in hot cars, but the reality is that more than 10 times as many dogs need veterinary treatment for heat-related illness following exercise as for being overheated in cars.
Emily was 'skin and bones' when she was found wandering on her own on a bridle path (Image: RSPCA) Sign up for FREE for latest news plus tips to save money and the environment.
Poor Truffle (Picture: RSPCA)A pair of black and tan German Shepherd puppies were found abandoned in a cardboard box on the last day of the Jubilee weekend.Poor Truffle, as RSPCA staff have since nicknamed him, and his sibling were left in a box by the cricket pitch at Seven Kings Park, Ilford.
In states where landlords are free to always refuse pets, “people are turning up with broken hearts”, said the RSPCA South Australia spokesperson, Carolyn Jones.
A passer-by witnessed the attack as he was walking along Sandpiper Close in Walthamstow, east London, at about 11.30am on Sunday, June 5.He saw the teenager on a silver scooter attack the bird, stayed with the injured pigeon and reported it to the RSPCA.Animal Rescue Officers (AROs) arrived at the scene shortly afterwards and could see the terrified bird hiding behind a fence near the tree with a badly broken wing.
Two tiny puppies dumped in cardboard box in park during Jubilee in heartbreaking scenes.Truffle is fighting for his life at a veterinary hospital (Image: RSPCA)"He contacted us and went back to the park to check on them but, sadly, the second puppy had already died.
Ice was five months old when his ears were cropped, according to the SSPCA (Image: SSPCA) The British Veterinary Association (BVA) describes ear cropping as a painful and illegal mutilation (Image: SSPCA).The British Veterinary Association (BVA) describes ear cropping as a painful and illegal mutilation.
Comparing bad dog owners to bad parents, RSPCA vicepresident Chris said dogs should be kept on leads following a spate of horror attacks, including one outside his partner's home.
"It had likely been this way for a long period of time, and would have been extremely painful.“She also had overgrown nails, and a number of other health conditions which were causing her an extensive amount of suffering.
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.
Buddy's recovery comes after the Pennsylvania SPCA reported that two minors — a 17-year-old and 12-year old — let their dogs loose on Buddy when they spotted him in Philadelphia’s Frankford neighborhood.
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.
RSPCA staff hope the three ‘feisty’ pups won’t need to be split up and can be rehomed together (Picture: RSPCA)Tiffany added: ‘They are very feisty and they need owners who can help manage their behaviour.
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.
Daisy is struggling with life in a kennel at the Hillfield Animal Home (Image: RSPCA).