DSPCA

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DSPCADublin Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
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The DSPCA is appealing to anyone with information on the location of illegal breeders, particularly about these cocker spaniel puppies and where they may have come from, to email inspectors@dspca.ie or calling 01 499 4700.
According to RSPCA Cymru, who co-ordinated the rescue with agencies including Border Force, Anglesey Council, the DSPCA, ISPCA, veterinary surgeons, the Police, HMRC, the Welsh Government andd APHA, Hugo's story is a "timely reminder" as to the "shocking realities" of the illegal puppy trade.
From Figure 2(b) and Table 2, we can see that PCA and DSPCA do not have a perfect performance in pattern classification with the accuracy rate is 66.7% and 96.7%, respectively.
DSPCA spokeswoman Orla Aungier said yesterday: "To date, we have collected 90 horses who are sick and injured, compared with a total number of 56 animals in 2008, which reflects the seriousness of the current situation.
The male puppies - one dachshund, one chihuahua and two pomeranians - were transferred into the care of the DSPCA.
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She continued: "I decided to volunteer at the DSPCA and was here for about a year while waiting for the Garda [to get back].
Most of the feral cats are believed to be diseased and a threat to the health of humans and domestic cats but lack of funding has forced the Dublin Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (DSPCA) to give up trying to cope with the strays.
The three adult female dogs, two terriers and a chihuahua, are now in the care of the DSPCA, where they are receiving veterinary attention.
The pig which loves biscuits was brought into the DSPCA by the man who found him after he had been dumped by his heartless owner.
Meanwhile, the DSPCA said it received calls to around 30 separate locations in Dublin last Friday where horses were tied up in sweltering heat.