We urge the public not to buy dogs with cropped ears
We're urging the public never to buy a dog with cropped ears, following a surge in reports coming into our cruelty hotline.
Just one millimetre away from death
A dog who cheated death after having her throat slit has been given a second chance at life - after surviving the horrific ordeal.
We launch rehabilitation scheme to teach kindness to animals
We've launched a pioneering new rehabilitation scheme for people convicted of animal welfare offences.
Magistrate and her daughter convicted
A magistrate and her daughter from Leigh have been convicted of causing unnecessary suffering to two West Highland white terriers.
Two-thirds of people think we should do more for animals
We've launched our new #AnimalKind campaign to encourage everyone to do their bit for creatures great and small
Cat stuck between two automatic glass doors
Curiosity didn't kill the cat in Bedfordshire this week, as one of our officers was on hand to rescue the puss from a rather tight spot.
Our statement on Defra's ivory consultation response
Our response to the government's announcement for a comprehensive ban on the sale of ivory.
Miniature Yorkie gets head stuck in TV cabinet
Video shows our Inspector Anthony Joynes freeing Yorkie 'Ringo Starr' from a hole in a TV cabinet.
Don't dump the Easter bunny!
We recorded 800 rabbit abandonment complaints last year.
Real-life versions of Wes Anderson's canine creations
Movie creator’s short film featuring Isle of Dogs characters show why our rescue dogs looking for their happy ever after are so special.
Oldest dog rescued and rehomed with loving new owner
A 19-year-old terrier – the oldest we've ever taken in to rehome – has found his paw-fect match with a retired widow from Coventry.
Measures for CCTV in Welsh slaughterhouses
We welcome the latest measures for CCTV whilst continuing to call for mandatory legislation in slaughterhouses.