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A mother of a 10-year-old child who was attacked by a Doberman on Ballyloughane beach this week says such dogs should be muzzled at all times.
North West SPCA is a registered charity based in Ballina but which works throughout Mayo and the northwest area. The organisation is made up of a group of volunteers who give their free time to the care and rescue of sick, abused, and abandoned animals including dogs, cats, horses, donkeys, farm animals, and wildlife.
If you are looking for a pet, please check our website galway-spca.com and have a look at all our animals. Please note home checks are carried out for all our animals, and a donation is required.
Stagbars are naturally sourced, naturally shed deer antlers. They are clean dog chews that contain dry marrow as a tasty treat. Low in fat and perfect for even sensitive tummies, they do not leave stains or mess in carpets and are virtually odour free.
Canine Buddies educational dog centre, dog rescue shelter, and kennels, launched in Kincullia, Loughrea, last week, aims to promote responsible dog ownership and the ethical treatment of all animals.
A local vet is warning dog owners about an outbreak of a virus that is affecting dogs in the Newport/Tiernaur area of the county.
North West SPCA, which is a registered charity based in Ballina, but which works throughout Mayo and the north west, is organising a Cruffs and Scruffs Dog Show and Summer Fete. The event will take place on Sunday August 26 from 12 noon to 6pm, at Rehins, Ballina, close to Hotel Ballina.
Now in the fifth year running, dog food brand Pedigree has launched its annual adoption drive. The Pedigree Adoption Drive continues to raise awareness of animal welfare and encourages Irish dog lovers to adopt a dog from their local shelter or welfare organisation. For every pack of Pedigree dog food bought, during the Pedigree Adoption Drive, a donation from Pedigree will be given to help Irish dogs. In Ireland, averages of 44 dogs are abandoned every single day.
Mayo SPCA are looking for caring homes for their rescued animals, some of which are shown here but others can be seen on www.mayospca.com. Should you be able to offer a temporary or permanent home to a rescued dog or cat call Mayo SPCA on 09496 31888 or 086 803 2592. Telephones are manned seven days a week from 10am to 5pm and are very busy. If your call is unanswered please leave a message and it will be returned as soon as possible.
These two female wired haired terriers are being offered free to a good home. Their owner has to move away for work. They are mild mannered dogs and very good with both children and adults and it would be best if they were rehomed together as they are mother and daughter.