This Friday June 23rd is 'Bring Your Dog to Work Day' - instead of a dress down day could your dog come to work for a donation

Submitted by Steve on 22:23, 20th Jun, 2017 | 0

This Friday June 23rd is Bring Your Dog to Work Day.

Having a dog in the room can make human colleagues more cooperative, reduce stress, increase job satisfaction and productivity.

When adopting a dog or any animal from the GSPCA we often ask how many hours potential owners may be at work.  Perhaps the question should actually be - are you able to take your dog to work?

Discussing the benefits of taking a dog to work might just result in a match with a dog we have in for homing.

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Please send us your pictures of your dogs in work today, tag @GSPCA and hashtag #BringYourDogToWorkDay to join this global day

Submitted by Steve on 00:32, 24th Jun, 2016 | 0

It's Friday 24th June so please post your pictures of your dog in work today so we can see the lucky pooches who will be in vans, offices and schools with their owners.

When posting online to share please tag @GSPCA and why not hastag #BringYourDogToWorkDay to join others with this global day.

Having a dog in the room can make human colleagues more cooperative, reduce stress, increase job satisfaction and productivity.

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Next Friday June 24th is 'Bring Your Dog to Work Day' - instead of a dress down day could your dog come to work for a donation

Submitted by Steve on 08:33, 17th Jun, 2016 | 0

Next Friday June 24th is Bring Your Dog to Work Day.

Having a dog in the room can make human colleagues more cooperative, reduce stress, increase job satisfaction and productivity.

When adopting a dog or any animal from the GSPCA we often ask how many hours potential owners may be at work.  Perhaps the question should actually be - are you able to take your dog to work?

Discussing the benefits of taking a dog to work might just result in a match with a dog we have in for homing.

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This Friday June 26th is 'Bring Your Dog to Work Day' - instead of a dress down day could your dog come to work for a donation

Submitted by Steve on 07:27, 24th Jun, 2015 | 0

This Friday June 26th is Bring Your Dog to Work Day.

Having a dog in the room can make human colleagues more cooperative, reduce stress, increase job satisfaction and productivity.

When adopting a dog or any animal from the GSPCA we often ask how many hours potential owners may be at work.  Perhaps the question should actually be - are you able to take your dog to work?

Discussing the benefits of taking a dog to work might just result in a match with a dog we have in for homing.

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Fish and turtles now clean not green

Submitted by Steve on 20:14, 21st May, 2015 | 0

On Saturday a member of the GSPCA were called out to rescue two turtles and two goldfish which were found outside in a very dirty tank.

When Geoff George Animal Collection Officer rescued the fish and turtles he had to quickly try and find a location with appropriate tanks to help temporarily house them whilst facilities were arranged at the Animal Shelter in St Andrews.

Thankfully staff at the Friquet Garden Centre in Castel offered their services where all four were transported to place them in suitable conditions.

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Check out our new Angel Pen Pal sponsor plaques thanks to Signrite - could you join us to help animals in Guernsey?

Submitted by Steve on 19:33, 19th May, 2015 | 0

Would you like to become a GSPCA Angel Pen Pal sponsor?

If you would like to help us help animals in Guernsey then please sign up to be an Angel Pen Pal sponsor and help us each month to care for animals, rescue them and investigate cruelty.

Whether for yourself, a loved one, a gift, in memory or for your business, work place or group there are many ways to support our vital work that is carried out 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

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Fund raising for our New Multi-Purpose Animal Welfare Building & thank you to the Christmas Lottery for the wonderful donation

Submitted by Steve on 14:05, 13th May, 2015 | 0

The GSPCA would like to say a huge thank you to the Christmas Lottery and the Association of Guernsey Charities for the grant donation of £5,200 towards our New Build which is well over the half way mark to being complete, although we do not have the funds to fully kit it out at this time. 

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GSPCA Land Mark Topping Out Ceremony thanks - Can you help us look to the future for animals in Guernsey?

Submitted by Steve on 17:27, 17th Apr, 2015 | 0

Yesterday we held a land mark event at the GSPCA.

For the first time in our 142 year history we celebrated the Topping Out of the biggest build project in our long history.

Mrs Lynda Walker, wife of our patron Lieutenant Governor Peter Walker, was the guest of honour to the event.

The GSPCA Trustees and team also invited supporters, local press and Build Partners to the Topping Out Ceremony.

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Fishing lure embedded in a Guillemot at Petit Bot

Submitted by Steve on 12:24, 21st Aug, 2014 | 0

Yesterday afternoon the GSPCA were called to an injured guillemot at Petit Bot.

When GSPCA Ambulance Collection Officer Geoff George arrived he was faced with a very distressed and badly injured bird.

The guillemot had been caught with a floating fishing lure which had 3 sets of 3 hooks embedded in the back of the bird.

The lure had to be cut off and stitched which took place yesterday at Isabelle Vets.

The bird was then transported to the Shelter where he has been named Stitch and was placed in an intensive care unit over night. 

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Popeye needs your help on World Cat Day - Please donate to Popeyes operation

Submitted by Steve on 09:12, 8th Aug, 2014 | 0

At the GSPCA in Guernsey we help rescue, rehome, reunite and rehabilitate more cats than any other species of domestic animals.

Today on World Cat Day we are appealing for donations for a very poorly cat.

Popeye is a one eyed feline that needs a great deal of treatment on his right eye before he can find that forever home.

Popeye is a young male cat that has come into the GSPCA with another cat called Greyson as sadly his owner passed away.

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