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Submitted by Steve on 15:55, 12th Jun, 2014 | 0
Yesterday we told you of Tally a dog who lastweek helped save Max's life by giving blood.
We've been told today Max is doing really well and even managed to have a nice walk to the vets for a check up that went well.
To see the full story please click here.
Submitted by Steve on 15:31, 11th Jun, 2014 | 0
Last week the GSPCA were approached to ask the question if we had a life saving dog.
Sadly a dog had been rushed to Isabelle Vets with health problems which meant the dog required a blood transfusion.
The GSPCA has over 200 animals at the Shelter from dogs to birds, cats to a horse and we the GSPCA team took a dog Tally up to the vets to see if he would be suitable.
Tally is an energetic lively dog lwho has come in to the Animal Shelter to find a new home. He is a 6 year old flat coated retriever and loves people.
Submitted by GSPCA on 15:27, 12th Aug, 2013 | 0
The GSPCA often receive calls from distressed animal owners for a number of reasons and this year one that has been highlighted is that of dogs attacking other animals.
It is often reported in the press regarding dogs killing chickens that aren't controlled but it doesn't stop there. At the GSPCA we often have other birds, hedgehogs, rabbits and even cats that are reported to the Shelter that have been killed by dogs that aren't under control.
Some of the current legislation regarding Control of Dogs in Guernsey is: