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‘Generation Pup’ is the first study to follow dogs of all breeds from puppy-hood as they grow up into adults.
Do you want to work with dogs? Are you a creative, kind, person? Dog groomers have such a rewarding job. You can have that too.
The early morning runs, aching limbs and blisters won’t stop for Galway woman Marette Nolan who is determined to climb Mount Elbrus in aid of Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind.
Moate community groups are coming together to tackle the problem of dog fouling that is destroying the streets of the town.
Westmeath County Council has fortified its campaign to raise awareness of the problem of dog fouling with the launch of its Green Dog Walkers initiative.
MADRA says think responsibly before getting a dog as the number of stray dogs in city and county explodes
Galway-based dog rescue charity MADRA has asked that people think long and hard before introducing a dog to their home as the number of stray and surrender dogs continues to rise.
Doggie Daycare Galway was established at the beginning of 2013 by Howard Haynes. Howard is a certified dog trainer with years of experience training dogs, and uses only positive (non aversive) reward based training methods.
With just two weeks until its annual budget meeting, Galway City Council has been criticised for its delay in releasing funding to AMACH!, the local organisation representing the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community, which is seeking to open a resource centre. There is also ongoing controversy about the provision of funding to MADRA - the charity aiming to reduce the rate of dog euthanasia in the city.
Progressive city like Galway shouldn’t be putting half its stray dogs to sleep, says MADRA as they await answers and commitment from City Council
Local dog rescue charity MADRA has issued a call to Galway City Council to provide them with the wherewithal to reduce Galway city’s unacceptably high dog euthanasia rate.
The number of stray and unwanted dogs seized by Mayo County Council increased sharply in 2014, according to the latest figures on dog control released by the Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government.