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2011

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Generous Birthday Girl receives Donations instead of Gifts!

November 13, 2011

Sophia Danna from Dalkey recently celebrated her 9th Birthday.  This generous young girl asked all her friends and family to bring donations and pet supplies instead of birthday presents. ... Read more


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Christmas At The DSPCA

November 11, 2011

Click Here For More Information On This Year's DSPCA Christmas Event.... Read more


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Animal Welfare Coalition Welcomes A Significant Day For Animal Welfare in Ireland

November 11, 2011

Friday November 11th 2011:  An animal welfare collation including DSPCA, Dogs Trust, ISPCA and Irish Blue Cross today welcomed an important achievement for animal welfare in this country as newly elected President, Michael D. Higgins, will sign the Greyhound Welfare Bill 2011 into law at the first official bill signing under the new President in Aras an Uachtarain.... Read more


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HAT TRICK OF HORRORS FOR DUBLIN HORSES AND THE DSPCA

November 10, 2011

Thursday 10th November 2011: An emaciated and injured horse put to sleep by the DSPCA at Brittas, Co Dublin completed a hat trick of misery for Ireland’s urban equines.  The horse was the third animal in three days that the DSPCA had to destroy as a result of neglect, injury and cruelty.... Read more


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Free Dog Training Seminar

November 07, 2011

12th November 2011,10am Marlay House, Marlay Park... Read more


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Better together Video

November 04, 2011

"Better Together is a nationwide campaign which aims to build support for hundreds of charities, community groups, clubs and associations across the country by encouraging the public to support these good causes and make a difference in their communities. "... Read more


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New report reveals serious disease risk from keeping wild animals as pets

November 01, 2011

A Eurogroup for Animals report released today illustrates the high risk of zoonoses from wild animals kept as pets. Zoonoses are diseases which are passed from animals to humans with sometimes fatal consequences. With an ever growing number of these animals imported, sold and kept in the EU the threat of disease increases and prevention policies are becoming urgent.... Read more


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