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Swan Released Safely Back to Signets

November 12, 2018

Swan Returns Safe to her Signets after a Stressful Day. A member of the public contacted the USPCA today after they came across an injured Swan along the towpath in Tandragee Co.Armagh. The Swan appeared lifeless to the concerned walker. …

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USPCA Veterinary Vacancies

November 9, 2018

Established in 1836, the USPCA is the second oldest animal welfare charity in the world and its purpose has remained unchanged over that time – the prevention of cruelty and the relief of suffering in animals. The Charity provides veterinary …

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USPCA APPEAL FOR HELP!

October 22, 2018

USPCA Appealing for Information on Cruel Act Carried out on Puppy in Co. Armagh   This tiny puppy has perished through wanton neglect. The three week old puppy was found whimpering in a ditch near Bessbrook. Probably the weakling of a …

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Fireworks & Your Pets Safety – USPCA Advice

October 15, 2018

Fireworks & Your Pet’s Safety  It’s October and Halloween with its flare-up of fireworks is almost with us. Fireworks are beautiful to us but can be terrifying for our pets. Unexpected flashes and explosions cause insecurity and fear. They show this …

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HOWLOWEEN 5K Dog Walk & 10K Run

October 12, 2018

USPCA HOWLOWEEN 5K Dog Walk / 10K Fun Run is HERE!  Join the USPCA ion Saturday the 27th of October 2018 for the first ever HOWLOWEEN 5k Dog walk & 10k Fun Run.  The themed event is sure to be …

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Coco Mo’s Home is Finally Found

October 8, 2018

Coco Mo Rehomed after 6 months at the USPCA The USPCA are here for when a pet owner finds themselves in a difficult situation and can no longer provide their animal with the care they need.  Coco Mo came to the …

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IPAAG launches #PuppyDotCon campaign

October 4, 2018

IPAAG launches #PuppyDotCon campaign to highlight the dangers of buying a pet online During World Animal Week 1st – 7th October 2018, the Irish Pet Advertising Advisory Group (IPAAG) has launched a campaign to raise awareness about the dangers of responding …

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