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The Importance of Volunteering

Our volunteers are an essential part of what we do here at Abbey Street - find out more about the role they play in this post.
As part of RSPCA week we want to celebrate our fantastic volunteers as they are an essential cog in the wheel of running our rehoming centre. At our Branch alone we have volunteer… http://rspcaderby.org.uk/blog/2016/06/importance-volunteering/

Big Walkies Alert: Save the Date

Do you love taking your dog for a walk? Fancy taking part in the Best. Walk. Ever? Then take a look at our Big Walkies event!
We're proud and privileged to announce that on the 20th September we will host our very own Big Walkies Sponsored Dog Walk at Shipley Country Park! What is Big Walkies? Bi… http://rspcaderby.org.uk/blog/2015/03/big-walkies-alert/

How does the RSPCA work?

The RSPCA has been very active in changing laws concerning animal welfare, and is made up of a number of different sections all working towards the same goal. However, not many people know that although these sections are part of the same charity and bear…
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is a charity known world wide for its work to end the inhumane treatment of all animals. It was founded in London in 1824… http://rspcaderby.org.uk/blog/2015/02/how-does-rspca-work/

Growing Up With A Dog

Dogs and children communicate very differently, but they can be great friends and help children develop kindness and a sense of responsibility. Have a read of the guidelines National RSPCA have provided
Everybody who has grown up with a dog knows what wonderful companions they can make for children. They're your comforter, best friend and playmate all rolled into one furry package… http://rspcaderby.org.uk/blog/2014/08/growing-dog/

The Importance of Neutering

Why is neutering so essential? Read about misconceptions associated with neutering and the effect of irresponsible breeding on rescue centres
Neutering is something which is heavily promoted by RSPCA Branches and other rescue centres nationwide. Indeed, all of our dogs, cats and rabbits are either neutered before leaving… http://rspcaderby.org.uk/blog/2014/05/importance-neutering/