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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.
It is challenging to keep track of animals when outdoors and even a slight lapse in concentration can cause us to lose sight of our beloved pets. However, all of this can be avoided by getting your pet chipped and registered.
Legislation providing for compulsory microchipping of dogs is expected to be published shortly.
Athlone Animal Welfare and Moate Dog Rescue are advising pet owners to be more vigilant regarding the identification and whereabouts of their pets after a rise in the number of lost or stolen animal reports in recent weeks.
Gardai are warning people to have their pets microchipped in order to ensure their identification if the animal is stolen or missing.
An increase in the number of horses being abandoned is an unfortunate consequence of the demise of the Celtic Tiger, according to County Veterinary Officer Sean O’Laoide, who addressed county councillors at Monday’s meeting.
A €50 reward is being offered for the safe return of a black/white/ginger cat missing from Garryduff Park, Castlebar, since Tuesday May 12.
Mayo SPCA are appealing this week for homes or owners to come forward for the following animals.