New charity shop team appeal for help for a new floor in our onsite GSPCA Charity Shop

Submitted by Steve on 10:52, 28th Mar, 2017 | 0

The on-site GSPCA Charity Shop has this month welcomed three new faces who will be helping to run the on site shop to raise much needed funds for the hundreds of animals in our care and the thousands we help each year.

We are currently appealing for a kind company to help put a floor into the shop area which has currently got bare concrete.

We are looking at options of vinyl tiles as we allow dogs to visit the shop and appealing for either a floor company to help or a kind donation to help floor our shop.


Island FM & Trim Dog invite you & your furry friends to the Annual Charity Dog Walk in aid of GSPCA & Guernsey Animal Aid

Submitted by Steve on 09:35, 28th Mar, 2017 | 0

Island FM and Trim Dog would like to invite you and your furry friends to the Annual Charity Dog Walk!

Join us on Sunday 9th April at the Liberation Monument for a 9.30am start.

We’ll enjoy a short stroll together to Bulwer Avenue and back! A registration fee of £5 will be collected to support Animal Aid and the GSPCA

They’ll be goodie bags and certificates for each doggie as well as a raffle for the walkers (tickets on sale from Trim Dog £1 per strip), who could win up to £100 of Trim Dog vouchers!


Please sponsor Mark Haggarty helping Guernsey animals who is running his first ever marathon and its the London Marathon

Submitted by Steve on 20:10, 26th Mar, 2017 | 0

Guernsey man Mark Haggarty is taking on his first ever marathon and has decided that he would like to help animals in Guernsey for this momentous task.

Mark didn't think when applying for a place in the London Marathon he would be accepted but after finding out that he now has this amazing opportunity he is busy not only preparing for this huge run, he is also raising funds to help the many animals at the GSPCA.


Come visit the GSPCA at the EY Careers and Skills Show tomorrow

Submitted by Steve on 17:10, 22nd Mar, 2017 | 0

Tomorrow between 9am and 6pm the GSPCA will be at the EY Careers and Skills Show at Beau Sejour.

At our stand we will have members of our team to chat about working for the GSPCA and also the many volunteer opportunities.

Not only will there be members of our team through the day, we will also have a few shelled four legged friends.

To visit the Career Show page and find out more please


Please help the wild birds of Guernsey - advice from the GSPCA - reports of Trichomonosis in finches and other species

Submitted by Steve on 13:32, 21st Mar, 2017 | 0

The GSPCA has been made aware of a number of wild birds being seen as well as rescued birds coming into the Shelter with ailments that could likely be Trichomonosis .

Trichomonosis is the name given to a disease caused by the protozoan parasite Trichomonas gallinae. The disease is also known as ‘canker’ when seen in pigeons and doves, and as ‘frounce’ when seen in birds of prey. It has been known as a disease of cage birds for some time.


Regency Bedding's EASTER EGGSTRAVAGANZA with Island FM and Outdoor Guernsey - Sunday 16th April

Submitted by Steve on 09:24, 21st Mar, 2017 | 0

Island FM have teamed up with Regency Bedding and have created an exciting event and fundraiser to introduce Primary School Children to a fun afternoon of Taster Sessions of Alternative Sports and Activities with Outdoor Guernsey at Rue Maingy Activity Centre.

The Sporting activities will include; Archery, the Indoor Climbing Wall and High Ropes.

Families will be invited to join us from 11a.m. on Sunday 16th April at Rue Maingy.


50 years on the team at the GSPCA remember the Supertanker Torrey Canyon and all the wildlife affected

Submitted by Steve on 22:41, 16th Mar, 2017 | 0

On the 18th March 1967 Supertanker Torrey Canyon ran aground on rocks between Land's End and the Scilly Isles and leaked its cargo of oil into the sea.

The 974-ft (297m) tanker, which was carrying a cargo of 119,328 tonnes of crude oil, hit Pollard's Rock in the Seven Stones reef. The oil patch was believed to be the biggest ever to threaten the West Country coastline and the Channel Islands.

There were fears that the supertanker could catch fire or break-up in heavy seas.


The Outlook is Warmer at the GSPCA thanks to Guernsey Gas

Submitted by Steve on 21:50, 16th Mar, 2017 | 0

After hearing that a new gas boiler was on the GSPCA’s wish list for improvements to their facilities, Guernsey Gas has stepped in, fitting and providing a brand new Vaillant gas condensing boiler for the animal welfare charity.

Steve Byrne from the GSPCA explained: "Our old boiler had fallen into disrepair."

"Without hot water we are unable to carry out many of the tasks required to care for some of the animals we look after."

"This includes washing oiled sea birds, cleaning out animal enclosures and general cleaning for implements and utensils."


Amherst Primary School visit the GSPCA during GSPCA Purple Week

Submitted by Steve on 13:20, 14th Mar, 2017 | 0

Last month during GSPCA Purple Week celebrating 144 years helping animals in Guernsey the Animal Shelter had many visitors from local schools to find out the work that goes on 24/7 365 days a year helping animals in Guernsey

One of the schools to visit the GSPCA were Amherst Primary School from St Peter Port.

The group were welcomed by the team at the GSPCA in the training and event room before being taken for a behind scenes tour at the Shelter.


Stray timid dog Phoebe is lost between L'Ancresse and Beaucette Marina - All sightings please call the GSPCA 01481 257261

Submitted by Steve on 13:46, 13th Mar, 2017 | 0

Yesterday a very timid dog called Phoebe was lost near Key Price.

Phoebe is a white and brown shih tzu who went missing when out on a walk yesterday.

The owners have been out all hours in search of their lost dog and have asked us to share her details in case you see her.

Phoebe is very shy so unlikely to approach strangers.

Sightings of Phoebe have been between L'Ancresse and Beaucette Marina.

If you spot her we are asking if you call us here at the GSPCA on 01481 257261.