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USPCA & NI Badger Group Launch Operation Brockwatch

October 8, 2019

Operation Brockwatch The Ulster Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and the Northern Ireland Badger Group have launched a joint strategy, ‘Operation Brockwatch’. An initiative whose objective is to protect our Badger population, their setts, and the many …

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Howloween Dog Walk & Fun Run 2019

October 4, 2019

USPCA HOWLOWEEN Dog Walk & 5K Fun Run 2019 The USPCA is excited to launch the second HOWLOWEEN Dog walk & 5K Fun Run which will take place on Saturday the 26th October 2019 along Newry Towpath.  The themed event …

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Cuilcagh Challenge Walk 2019

October 1, 2019

USPCA Cuilcagh Challenge Walk 2019 On Sunday the 29th of September a group of 25 USPCA supporters completed the Cuilcagh Challenge Walk.  The sun was shining as the group made their way up the stairway to heaven in the beautiful …

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Badger Cull is Cruel, Ineffective and Unjustifiable

September 19, 2019

Badger Cull is Cruel, Ineffective and Unjustifiable The USPCA has come out strongly against a badger cull being introduced in Northern Ireland, as recommended by DAERA’s Advisory Group. The badger is a protected species in law – it is illegal …

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Cuilcagh Challenge Walk – 29th September 2019

September 17, 2019

Cuilcagh Challenge Walk | Sunday 29th September | 11.30am  Climb the Stairway to Heaven on Sunday the 29th of September in aid of the USPCA Animal Welfare Charity. Gather your family and friends together for a fantastic day outdoors. There …

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USPCA & Semi Chem Charity Partnership

Charity Partnership Success #PenniesForPaws

September 3, 2019

SEMI CHEM STAFF & CUSTOMERS RAISE £27,500 FOR USPCA Staff and Customers of Scotmid Co-operative and their Semi Chem Branches in Northern Ireland have together helped raise a phenomenal £27,500 for the Ulster Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals …

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Oakley Turns 13!

August 21, 2019

Oakley turns 13 Oakley came to the USPCA after his owner could no longer care for him at the beginning of last year. He found a loving new home with Mr. John Wilson in February of 2018 and is still …

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