Nine dogs have been rescued by the Donegal branch of the ISPCA after being discovered in unsafe and unsuitable living conditions.
The terrier collie type dogs were surrendered to the care of animal welfare workers a number of weeks ago.
After receiving veterinary care and rehabilitation at the new Ramelton centre, the dogs are ready to go to new homes.
The ISPCA is appealing for loving and caring people to adopt the dogs and give them a second chance at life.
ISPCA Centre Manager Denise McCausland said: “These dogs are such fabulous characters with individual personalities ranging in size and age from eighteen months right up to ten years old. They are absolutely wonderful dogs and really deserve a second chance in a happy home”.
The charity is appealing to members of the public to consider adopting one of these super friendly dogs if they are thinking of getting a new pet.
Denise added: “we would like remind pet owners of their responsibility to provide for the welfare needs of the animals in their care and once we find loving new homes for these gorgeous dogs, it will help free up some kennel space to help even more animals needing our help”.
The ISPCA would like to thank the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine and the Donegal DWS for their assistance in this rescue. The dogs were discovered by the ISPCA living in unsuitable conditions where their welfare was compromised.
Anyone interested in adopting one of these beautiful dogs should go to https://www.ispca.ie/rehoming/dogs_rehoming/ for further information.Tags: