JSPCA Blog

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    Appeal for a new wooden kennel

    ***Special appeal*** The JSPCA are busy with multiple projects at our Pet Cemetery. Over the years, our empty kennel structure has become tired, weathered and we would like to place a new kennel at the site. Would anyone be able to help? We are looking for a wooden dog kennel with a pitched roof. It[...]
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    Dog toys and the dangers

    Kennels are unable to use some of the toys that are donated to them due to the high risk of them being swallowed and needing surgery to have the toy removed. This surgery costs a lot of money and the dog usually takes at least 6 weeks to recover which means they aren’t allowed to[...]
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    World Wildlife Day 03.03.19

    The 3rd March celebrates World Wildlife day and in recognition we would like to tell you all a bit about how the JSPCA helps local wildlife in Jersey. As our mission statement says we “Prevent cruelty, promote knowledge, and provide for the aged, sick, lost and unwanted animals in Jersey” and wildlife is no exception.[...]
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    World Spay Day 26th Feb

    26th February was World Spay Day and we feel this is a great opportunity to discuss spaying your pets. Spaying your pet is when the hormone secreting reproductive organs (ovaries) are removed often but not always with the uterus. This procedure is performed by a veterinary surgeon under general anaesthetic and renders the animal infertile[...]
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    Vote for JSPCA for Pennies – Digital Charity Box

    Voting is now open for Pennies – The digital charity box.   Voting closes on 29th March and the JSPCA would love to be selected as one of Voisins charities for 2019. With our amazing supporters help, please click on the link below and share with your friends and family. Thank you for your support[...]
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    Appeal for Guardian Homes for our dogs with Behavioural Problems

    Can you offer a temporary home?…..   We are looking for people willing to open up their homes to our dogs that need a bit of extra training and understanding. A guardian home is a temporary home for dogs, the JSPCA provides all medical care, food, bedding and anything else the dog needs whilst the[...]
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    Time to fly the nest

    A feel good story which shows you just how dedicated our staff are about the animals in our care. These two little doves were found by a member of the public in a car park on Tower Road during the summer (2018). One was just hours old and the other one was still in the[...]
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    Deceased female Red Squirrel

    January 2019: This week we unfortunately had a deceased adult female Red Squirrel brought into us from St Mary (La Rue des Buttes – Near the Rectory). On examination she was very healthy and it was clear she had been involved in a Road Traffic Collision due to her injuries. Sadly it looked like she[...]
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    JT chooses JSPCA as their 2019 charity

    Following our public appeal for support, JT has chosen the JSPCA as its charity of the year in 2019 and will be encouraging staff to support the charity in the coming year with events and corporate and personal fund-raising.   Earlier this year we took steps to engage the public to support us and ensure that both the charity[...]