Dog First Aid Course this Thursday 630pm at the GSPCA - find details here to book your place
Posted by Steve on 27th Mar, 2019 |
This Thursday 28th March we hold our first dog first aid course of 2019 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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Free COSHH training at the GSPCA learning how to clean animal enclosures and areas to prevent the spread of disease
Posted by Steve on 26th Mar, 2019 |
Tomorrow (Wednesday 27th March 2019) Lydia Buckmaster the Training & Account Development Manager from Medimark Scientific Ltd visits Guernsey and the GSPCA to provide training to help with the cleaning process and understanding how to use Anigene disinfectant and similar products during...
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It is #InternationalSealDay please support our 6 seal by donating to their care and the Urgent Fish Appeal
Posted by Steve on 22nd Mar, 2019 |
Today is #InternationalSealDay and with our 6 seal pups at the GSPCA we really need your support. We currently have an Urgent Fish appeal to help our seal pups for ideally mackerel or herring but any sea fish that has been caught in the last 3 months would be hugely appreciated. Eating at least 20-...
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URGENT FISH APPEAL With the stormy weather we need your help for fish for the seal pups at the GSPCA
Posted by Steve on 19th Mar, 2019 |
We are pleased to report that all six seal pups are doing well and improving daily. In fact when there is a break in the weather we are hoping to release Marty the grey seal pup back in Jersey where he was rescued. The weather however is playing havoc with the fresh fish we require for the seal...
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It’s Poultry Day could you help a duck, hen or cockerel in need at the GSPCA
Posted by Steve on 19th Mar, 2019 |
Every year the GSPCA helps hundreds of stray, sick and injured poultry and we currently have 9 chickens, quail and quite a few ducks in our care and one resident. The main resident is a bird call Major a very fine cockerel who arrived one day as a stray and despite asking around the area he either...
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