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North West SPCA in Mayo is to receive €12,000 in funding from Mayo County Council as a result of a long discussion on animal welfare that took up much of the December meeting of the council this week, with everything from dog-breeding, dog-abandoning, sheep worrying, goats eating up gardens and cruelty to horses being highlighted by councillors.
As Halloween approaches, the ISPCA is reminding the public to be aware of the dangers Halloween poses to the wellbeing of all animals and to take extra measures to safeguard the safety of not only domestic pets but farm animals and wildlife too.
Many of us do not put much thought into where we will leave our inheritance or do not leave any instructions at all. Instead of rushing this important decision we should think about the best way to make our last contributions produce a positive impact in society.
‘Generation Pup’ is the first study to follow dogs of all breeds from puppy-hood as they grow up into adults.
An Post is set to collar more digital business though Licences.ie, guaranteeing delivery of a new or renewed dog licence with just a few clicks of a button.
A city councillor is appealing to the public to keep dogs and horses away from Ballyloughnane Beach in a bid to protect the water from contamination.
The Minister for Gaeltacht Affairs and Natural Resources, Seán Kyne, has welcomed the allocation of €94,000 to animal welfare organisations in Galway.
A Mayo based animal rights group, People Against Cruelty to Animals (PACA) is planning a protest outside the Mayo County Council offices in Castlebar on Monday May 9 at 3pm. The protest will coincide with the monthly meeting of Mayo County Council. The group intends to highlight the practice of animal testing at the Charles Rivers laboratories, Bellagelly South, Glenamoy, Ballina. The group has contacted all 30 county councillors and the board members of Mayo County Council via email asking to have the licence for the premises revoked.
In response to a recent story that circulated in the news that featured a husky by the name of Macari, who was the subject of horrific animal abuse when his eyes were shot with pellet guns, Carbon nightclub Galway have raised over €1,000 from their recent ‘Zoology’ fundraiser in aid of the Galway Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (GSPCA).
Madra to get €20,000 as Flannery proposal sees city council commit to improving dog welfare in Galway
funding of up to €20,000 to local animal charity Madra to help it cope with the influx of stray and abandoned dogs in the city.