Paws for Thought

In association with Mayo SPCA

Mayo SPCA urgently needs caring homes for dogs, mostly rescued over the holiday period. Details/photos of other animals in care can be seen on the website www.mayospca.com Those shown here are just a small sample of those in need.

Huw is a male Labrador cross breed with a docked tail. He was abandoned in the Hollymount area and nobody has come forward to claim him. He’s a healthy dog, has been vet checked, flea/worm treated and given his first vaccination. Huw is very, friendly and affectionate, only medium in size, he loves playing, exercise, is good with other dogs, quite good on a lead and would make an excellent family or companion pet.

Romeo is a small male Jack Russell who slept for three nights under bushes in below freezing temperatures until kindly brought into care. He’s a dear little dog, a typical terrier, loads of character and energy, loves people and attention, and would be better suited to a 'one dog' family or couple with older children. He does not care to share attention with another dog — or cat. Good on a lead, happy natured, Romeo has been neutered, flea/worm treated and given his first vaccination. He just needs a home.

Marty is a small male terrier cross breed, again an active dog with plenty of energy who loves playing and exercise. He is good with other dogs (not cats ) and excellent with people, children, and good on a lead. Marty has been vet checked, neutered, flea/worm treated and he's fully vaccinated. He’d be a great pet for a family with older children and needs a secure garden area for when he's outdoors unsupervised. He's a very affectionate little dog.

If you can help by offering any of the rescued animals a temporary or permanent home then do please contact Mayo SPCA on 094 963 1888 or 086 803 2592. The phone lines are open seven days a week from 10am until 5pm and are very busy. If your call is unanswered please leave a message and your number. Mayo SPCA thank you for your support.

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