CAUTION - Deceased dolphin at Pembroke Bay - please avoid for you and your pets safety
Posted by Steve on 15th Sep, 2017 |
The GSPCA have just been called to Pembroke Bay as a member of public was concerned that a dolphin may need rescuing.Sadly on arrival Lorna Prince Animal Welfare Officer has found the poor animal to be deceased.The GSPCA have informed the States of Guernsey who will be collecting the deceased...
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Rufus has been found
Posted by Steve on 15th Sep, 2017 |
We are pleased to report that Rufus the cockapoo has been found and appears well but is on route to the vets to get the once over.Although the GSPCA had placed a trap near the hospital he had been spotted on Pointes Lane over the last 24 hours and the owners have managed to safely find him.The...
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Family Fun Day, Car Boot Sale, Fun Dog Show & Childrens Films at the Mallard Cinema Sunday 1st October in aid of GSPCA
Posted by Steve on 14th Sep, 2017 |
On Sunday 1st October we are holding a Fun Family Day, Car Boot Sale and Fun Dog Show at the Mallard Cinema and through the day the GSPCA takes over all 4 screens to show a selection of films which we can now announce.With plenty of parking and two huge fields there is plenty of room for all and...
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Lost dog Rufus has been sighted between St Andrews & St Martins - Sightings please call GSPCA 01481 257261 or Matt 07781411291
Posted by Steve on 11th Sep, 2017 |
On Wednesday 6th September Rufus a 7 year old cockapoo became lost near Aladdin's Cave.Rufus is a white and cream cockapoo and has been seen a number of times between St Andrews and St Martins over the last few days, especially near Havilland Hall.The owners have been out all hours in search of...
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Over 70 guinea pigs in need of homes at the GSPCA
Posted by Steve on 6th Sep, 2017 |
Over the last few months the GSPCA have had in intensive and medical care over 70 guinea pigs many of which were suffering from a fungus called ringworm.We were asked to help take in the poorly guinea pigs earlier in the Summer which have been under veterinary treatment and required quarantine care...
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