Stray female Jack Russell found in St Peter Port on Wednesday

Submitted by Steve on 09:18, 9th Jan, 2015 | 0

On Wednesday afternoon we received a stray female Jack Russell which was found near the Performing Arts Centre in St Peter Port.

Unfortunately she is not microchipped and has no tag with details to be able to locate the owner.

She is quite timid and nervous until you get to know her and has a collar.

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said "We are asking for help to find the owner of a stray female Jack Russell Terrier that was found near the Performing Arts Centre in St Peter Port on Wednesday."

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Could Bertie be in the L'Ancresse area? Please keep a look out after an encouraging sighting

Submitted by Steve on 12:26, 13th Dec, 2014 | 0

The GSPCA continue to help in the search for Bertie the schnauzer who has been missing for just over a month.

Bertie is a very timid little lad, especially with men and people he doesn't know.

Possible sightings and reports have been received from across Guernsey and the GSPCA would ask anyone out to report any possible sightings as soon as possible.

Last night around 7.30pm we had a very positive sighting in the L'Ancresse area near Vale Church.

If you do spot him then please call us at the GSPCA on 01481 257261.

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Please help us in the search for Bertie

Submitted by Steve on 16:53, 9th Dec, 2014 | 0

The GSPCA continue to help in the search for Bertie the schnauzer who has been missing for just over a month.

Bertie is a very timid little lad, especially with men and people he doesn't know.

Possible sightings and reports have been received from across Guernsey and the GSPCA would ask anyone out to report any possible sightings as soon as possible.

If you do spot him then please call us at the GSPCA on 01481 257261.

Please do not approach or try to catch him as it is likely to scare him away and not help with his safe capture.  

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Update on Bertie as the search continues

Submitted by Steve on 18:06, 2nd Dec, 2014 | 0

We continue to search for Bertie and log reports from around Guernsey

We have had a number of recent reports in the Perelle area, which could have been Bertie, but we still have no pictures to confirm it was him.

Staff, volunteers and many wonderful kind souls are continuing to help in the search for Bertie, as well as displaying posters to help advertise him.

Previous sightings have been around the Grandes Rocque, Barras Lane and near St Sampson's High School.  

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Update on the search for Bertie & to download a poster to help in the search (Wednesday 26th November)

Submitted by Steve on 11:38, 26th Nov, 2014 | 0

Although in the last 24 hours we have had no 100% confirmed sightings of Bertie, the day before yesterday in the morning there was a possible sighting near to his home on La Hure Mare Road just off Route Summerfield, which could mean that he may be very close to his home.

We did have a call of a possible stray dog last night in the Perelle area, which could have been Bertie, but we still have no pictures to confirm it was him.

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Update - The search for Bertie continues

Submitted by Steve on 16:22, 19th Nov, 2014 | 0

Earlier today we were all very excited with a possible report of Bertie out in the day in a garden, but sadly it wasn't him and the dog that it turned out to be is soon to be back with its owner.

Despite staff, volunteers and the wonderful public who are watching out for Bertie we have not had a firm report in the last 36 hours, although there was a possible sighting at Barras Lane in the early hours of yesterday morning.

Most recent sightings have been around the Grandes Rocque area and near St Sampson's High School.

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GSPCA helping in the search for Bertie - any sightings please do not chase after him, but call 257261

Submitted by Steve on 17:44, 13th Nov, 2014 | 0

Today at the GSPCA we met with Clive and Lynn McMinn to help in the search of Bertie.

As many will know on Saturday near the Vale Primary School around 6pm a 7 year old grey Schnauzer rescue dog called Bertie was scared by bonfire displays and escaped from his back garden.

The GSPCA are helping co-ordinate the search for Bertie and have a working map with sightings, locations, dates and times.

We would like to highlight that Bertie is a very timid little lad especially with men and people he doesn't know.

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Please help the owners of Bertie the grey Schnauzer in the North of Guernsey find his way home

Submitted by Steve on 12:35, 11th Nov, 2014 | 0

On Saturday near the Vale Primary School around 6pm a 7 year old grey Schnauzer rescue dog called Bertie was scared by bonfire displays and escaped from his back garden.

The GSPCA have been in contact with his owners Clive and Lynn McMinn who are desperately searching for Bertie.

They have been receiving reports from all parts of the community and there is now a facebook site dedicated to helping find him - https://www.facebook.com/HelpFindBertie?fref=ts

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A very sick old stray tabby and white cat from Perelle is rushed to the vets

Submitted by Steve on 16:35, 27th Aug, 2014 | 0

Earlier today at the GSPCA we had an elderly cat arrive in a semi collapsed state.

The female tabby and white cat was found in Perelle and has a number of ailments.

Sadly no collar or microchip was found and she has been rushed to the vets where she is currently on a drip.

She has been called Cesca but we are appealing for an owner to come forward and if you have lost a cat in the Perelle area of an older age with no microchip then please call us on 01481 257261.

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13 stray Tortoise so far in 2013 - Currently we have 2 still at the Shelter in search of their owners

Submitted by GSPCA on 11:26, 2nd Sep, 2013 | 0

This year we have seen 13 stray tortoise and currently we have 2 at the Shelter.

All 11 that came in earlier in the year are back with their owners but Ridley as he's been named above by Shelter staff and Fabian below both came in last week.

Ridley was found in the Camp du Roi area and Fabian was found at L'Ancresse.

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said 'This year we have seen more stray Tortoise than ever before.'

'If anyone has lost any pet we always urge them to report it at the Shelter as we see anywhere between 50 and sometimes over 100 stray animals every month.'

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