USPCA Skydive 2020 – Dare to Dive?

August 9, 2019

Dare to Dive for the USPCA? Experience the thrill of jumping from 13,000 feet by taking part in a sponsored tandem skydive for the USPCA. You will exit at 13,000ft, free-fall to 6,000ft before the instructor opens the canopy and steers …

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Danger In Your Pet’s Bowl

August 1, 2019

DANGER IN YOUR PET’S BOWL Would you eat from a bowl or drink from a glass that hadn’t been washed in several days? Many of us are likely to sit our pet’s water and food bowls outside in the summer …

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USPCA Renews Call for Banned Offenders Register

July 8, 2019

USPCA Renews Call for Banned Offenders Register In response to figures obtained by the BBC which highlights the increase in convictions for animal welfare offences and, an increase in the number of people banned from keeping animals, the USPCA has …

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Luah – Rehomed

July 2, 2019

Meet our newest friend, Luah.  Unfortunately her owners could no longer take care of her and she is now in need of a new family.  She is a Collie who is four and half years old, spayed, excellent with children …

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Spaniel Collie Cross- Rehomed

July 1, 2019

This Spaniel Collie cross has not had the easiest journey. This dog was brought into the USPCA  Animal Hospital by a kind member of the public after being found abandoned and injured. After an assessment from the Veterinary Team, his …

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Leaving Pets In Parked Cars

Leaving Pets In Parked Cars  We all love the sun and so far this summer it’s been keeping a very low profile. Changes are predicted, there are sunny days ahead. When they arrive the reports of pets locked in cars …

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Baby Hedgehog Rescue

June 27, 2019

Baby Hedgehog Rescue The kind staff from Royal Mail Craigavon brought in 3 baby hedgehogs to the USPCA Animal Hospital. These poor animals had sadly been abandoned by their mother but are now being treated and cared for by the …

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Hedgehog Rescue

June 25, 2019

Hedgehog Rescue A kind member of the public brought a young female Hedgehog to the USPCA Animal Hospital today due to concern over her breathing. She is now being cared for and treated by the USPCA Veterinary team.