ISPCA

AcronymDefinition
ISPCAIrish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Ireland)
ISPCAIndiana Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
ISPCAIpoh Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
ISPCAInternational Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
ISPCAIsraeli Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
ISPCAIran Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Tehran, Iran)
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If I had to worry about everything the ISPCA said I wouldn't have time to save any dogs.
Six donkeys and two colt foals which were taken into ISPCA care are thought to have been simply discarded as they could not be sold.
The ISPCA is calling for an end to what it calls this "life-threatening activity".
We have already met with the ISPCA, the Kennel Club and the Dog Breeder's Association to discuss puppy farms.
But Irish animal charity the ISPCA hit back at the claims and insisted not all puppy farms are bad.
The ISPCA responded to a call on Thursday about the animals with extremely overgrown hooves.
The ISPCA officers saving the unfortunate animals which featured on this show came from across the water.
The RSPCA and its equivalent in Ireland, ISPCA, said 36 dogs on a 750-mile journey to Barcelona were hot, thirsty, hungry, had nowhere to sit or to stand properly and were hidden from view for 38 hours.
Some readers may remember back to 1990 (and Ann Shannon's work before that) when I began campaigning with the ISPCA against the export of greyhounds to Spain.
Danny was found by ISPCA Inspector Lisa O'Donovan with sores on his head, body, legs and paws.
RETIRED broadcaster Anne Doyle opened a memory garden yesterday to honour ISPCA supporters.
According to the ISPCA, the organisation was overwhelmed with the response from the public in the search for good homes for some of the puppies.