This is Peggy and she has just had these 6 lovely wee puppies. They are just two days old now. They will in time be looking for a new home! Stay tuned…
The pups are just over four weeks old now. The picture shows 3 of them, but there are 7 in total (one is brown).
They are a Bischon/Collie type dog. Beautiful wee puppies. There is some interest in them and you can visit to see them at our kennels in Walterstown.
Quick update on work at the shelters.
This is our office, it had to be completely done out. We put in false ceiling and insulated the brick walls. We now have a lovely wooden floor. Deirdre and Terry are doing a bit of cleaning, hopefully it will be up and running in couple of weeks. We just need to get our phone line sorted and and Internet connection.
We also now have our alarm and cameras installed. It cost a lot but it’s something we needed as we just could not go through another dog being stolen!
If you would like to help out with the costs, you can donate below. Thank you.
This little kitten was found wandering out near Channonrock. He’s really friendly, so we are guessing he is a house cat and has just got lost. If he looks familiar, please contact the Louth SPCA by phone: 042 9335045 or by email: email@example.com
Well a great day was had by all at the Parade. We had lots of dogs that had been rehomed in our gang. Some of the people travelled from a good distance away to take part.
After a relentless campaign by Louth SPCA both online (#findrosiethelurcher) and offline that lasted over 30 days, we have fabulous news – Rosie the Lurcher has been found and is safely back in our care!!
She is unharmed, quite excited to be playing at the shelter with her friends and looking forward to getting a forever home! We really need to thank everyone for all their efforts (over 34,000 people on Facebook alone!) and a big thank you to Pet Detective Robert Kenny who advised us on how to go about it all.
Now, let’s get Rosie homed, she has had enough adventures to do a lifetime and needs somewhere to settle down. Can you give her a forever home? If so, fill in the below application form.
Last night a person or person(s) broke into our kennel facility in Walterstown and stole Rosie The Lurcher. We request that everybody keep a look out for this dog and let us know immediately if you spot her. She has very defined black markings on her white coat and should be easy to spot.
Rosie is microchipped and currently registered to Louth SPCA.
The thieves also stole a bunch of metal feeding bowls, so they are likely stealing other dogs in the area, or planning to do so. The sooner they are apprehended the better.
We are using the hashtag #findrosiethelurcher for this important campaign.
Rosie is the Lurcher has been with us some time now, girl. She is now 9 months old and has had all her vaccinations and is neutered. She is not good with cats and needs some training, but loves going for walks and loves people. She has a very gentle nature. Can anyone out there give this beautiful, friendly dog a forever home?
Sign the petition to stop Animal Ark collecting in every town and city in Ireland on the pretence of supporting animal rescues!
Here’s the link.
When Animal Ark collects money on the street from the public they:
- have no permit for doing so (they are only permitted to sell scratch cards)
- do not contribute to the local animal charity in the area for whom they claim to be doing so
- are taking away donations from very reputable Animal Rescues who struggle on a daily basis to keep open and take, treat and home abused, abandoned and neglected animals