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With the Wet Conditions the GSPCA plea for owners to ensure their animals have all they need in Guernsey
Submitted by GSPCA on 11:09, 12th Nov, 2013 | 0
Last Winter the GSPCA received large number of calls from concerned members of public about horses and other animals in wet and muddy fields and once again we are preparing for a similar season with the current weather conditions.
Unfortunately due to the very wet Winter we had to endure here in Guernsey last year the GSPCA had a number of animals that were reported to the GSPCA in concerning conditions.
Lorna Prince GSPCA Animal Welfare Manager said ‘With such a wet Winter last year many animals were affected, both wild and domestic.’
Submitted by GSPCA on 09:55, 22nd Feb, 2013 | 0
The GSPCA has recently received a large number of calls from concerned members of public about horses and other animals in wet and muddy fields.
Unfortunately due to the very wet winter we have all had to endure here in Guernsey the GSPCA Welfare and Education Officer has had a number of animals that have been reported to the GSPCA.
Emma Trousdale GSPCA Welfare and Education Officer said ‘With such a wet winter many animals have been affected both wild and domestic.’
Submitted by GSPCA on 10:56, 2nd May, 2012 | 0
This weekend there were many tears at the Shelter as staff and volunteers waved a fond farewell to Dizzy and Naomi our two wonderful donkeys which went to their new loving retirement home.
They came into the Shelter at the end of 2011 as their previous owner could no longer care for them.
Naomi the quieter of the two who enjoys a simple head rub and some gentle fuss and Dizzy who on the other hand was hand reared so was used to human company and likes to be the centre of attention had been real stars at the Shelter.
Submitted by GSPCA on 17:47, 17th Feb, 2012 | 0
Submitted by GSPCA on 09:42, 9th Jan, 2012 | 0
The GSPCA deals with hundreds of animals every year looking for homes. Normally dogs cats and rabbits are the main species we have for rehoming.
On the rare occasion we get in some larger animals and to start 2012 we have one of those times.
Dizzy and Naomi are two wonderful donkeys looking for a loving retirement home.
They came into the Shelter as their previous owner could no longer care for them.
Naomi is the quieter of the two and enjoys a simple head rub and some gentle fuss.