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23rd Nov 2018

The ISPCA Is Seeking Permanent Homes For Nine Rescued Dogs

Kiara Keane

The ISPCA is looking for people to provide forever homes for nine rescued dogs.

The nine Terrier Collie type dogs were found “living in unsuitable conditions where their welfare was compromised” and were taken into the care of the ISPCA Centre in Donegal.

After weeks of veterinary care and rehabilitation, the adorable pups who are currently staying at the Donegal Animal Rehabilitation Centre in Ballyare, Ramelton, are now ready to be adopted into loving new homes.

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ISPCA Centre Manager Denise McCausland said: “These dogs are such fabulous characters with individual personalities ranging in size and age from eighteen months right up to ten years old.

“They are absolutely wonderful dogs and really deserve a second chance in a happy home.

Denise added, “We would like remind pet owners of their responsibility to provide for the welfare needs of the animals in their care and once we find loving new homes for these gorgeous dogs, it will help free up some kennel space to help even more animals needing our help”.

If you think you might be able to provide a permanent home for one of these adorable dogs, you can make an appointment with the local centre by emailing [email protected] or calling 074 91 52360 – visits are by appointment only.

You can also find more information via their website here.

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Recently an animal rescue charity in Wicklow also called for urgent help after rescuing 70 dogs from one Irish man’s home.

The charity explained that the man’s call to them ‘was a cry for help for the sake of his animals’ after the costs of looking after the dogs became too much for him, and they’ve since seen a huge spike in donations and offers of help.

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