Help Guernsey Hedgehogs in what is a record year in numbers arriving at the GSPCA
Posted by Steve on 26th Nov, 2019 |
Many think that Guernsey hedgehogs like their cousins in the UK hibernate but sadly this is a rare occurrence for the majority of our spikey friends as they require a temperature of 5c or below for their body clock to switch to this Winter behaviour. With the mild climate we have in the Channel...
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22 New Dog First Aiders trained at the GSPCA
Posted by Steve on 19th Nov, 2019 |
Last night we held the final animal first aid course of 2019 at the GSPCA. The theme was Dog First Aid and the room was packed with 22 keen dog owners and interested individuals who spent the evening with GSPCA Manager Steve Byrne who has over 22 years working in the field of animal rescue and with...
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Dog First Aid Course 630pm at the GSPCA Monday 18th November - find details here to book your place
Posted by Steve on 12th Nov, 2019 |
This Monday 18th November we hold our last dog first aid course of 2020 at the GSPCA with a focus on helping save your dogs life. Taking the course will be GSPCA Manager Steve Byrne who has over 22 years working in the field of animal rescue and with over 3000 animals through the doors every...
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TONIGHT Volunteer Induction Evening at the GSPCA 630pm Tuesday 12th November all welcome
Posted by Steve on 12th Nov, 2019 |
Tonight we hold our 12th Volunteer Induction of 2019 having inducted 133 volunteers through this years events. Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said “We cannot achieve so much without the incredible volunteers and team we have here at the GSPCA.” “We love to meet new volunteers and our next induction...
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What looks like Palm Oil once again spotted along the Guernsey coast & Dog Owners Warned of Substance on Beaches
Posted by Steve on 11th Nov, 2019 |
It seems like a yearly occurrence sadly that we have to warn dog owners of the presence of a waxy substance along our coast line which could well be Palm Oil once again. The public is advised not to remove the palm oil but anyone who has picked any up should double wrap it in plastic and dispose of...
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