- 24 hour Emergency Wardens
- Animal Welfare
- Animal friendly hotels
- Awards & Recognition
- Corporate and group days
- Dog Fouling
- Dog Friendly Pubs
- Dogs Barking
- GSPCA Build Appeal
- GSPCA Committee
- GSPCA Membership
- GSPCA Opening & Visiting Times
- Gert the GSPCA Duck - Fun for kids
- Guernsey Animal Law
- Guernsey Dog Tax Law
- Our Team
- Restrictions on Beaches in Guernsey
- St Andrews Floral Group & Conservation Work
- Stray Cockerels & Hens
- Transporting animals in and out of Guernsey
- Adoption costs at the GSPCA
- Boarding Facilities
- Cat Adoption
- Choosing a Puppy
- Comments & Feedback
- Dog Adoption
- Dog Behaviour
- Dog Training
- Education and Schools
- Fostering Scheme
- Guided Tours at the GSPCA
- Lost & Found Advice
- Microchipping only £4.99 & advice
- Pet Bereavement Advice Page
- Pet Cremation Services
- Pet supplies and products on sale
- Room hire at the GSPCA
- Training & Courses
- Vote for a staff member or volunteer
After the BIGGEST ever year in our history a very HAPPY NEW YEAR from the GSPCA & thank you - we now need you more than ever
Submitted by Steve on 16:16, 16th Dec, 2015 | 0
2015 has certainly been the busiest and most challenging year for the GSPCA with amazing things happening in our long 142 history.
We would like to wish one and all a very Happy New Year and a huge thank you for all of your support.
Without you so much couldn't be achieved and together we look forward working with you to help thousands of animals in 2016.
From the 25 Slovakian puppies to our New Build, so much has happened and we thank you for being part of something special.
Submitted by Steve on 09:43, 18th Dec, 2014 | 0
2014 has been an amazing year with over 3000 animals rescued, rehabilitated, released back to the wild, reunited strays and rehomed.
We embark on a huge year in 2015 with the largest ever rebuild in our 141 year history.
Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said "Thank you to everyone that has supported us here at the GSPCA in 2014 it is really appreciated."
"We have embarked on our largest ever rebuild and 2015 will see many of the buildings replaced and if you would like to help support us in this huge project then we would love to hear from you."