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So far Anne Fitzpatrick has created 54 blog entries.

Bella – CHOSEN

2021-01-21T14:20:41+00:00

Bella - Old English Sheep dog - Female- 8 years Bella's is lucky to be alive..she comes to us from a life of neglect and has all the body wounds to prove it.  Behind this miserable 8 years comes a beautiful soul that is looking for a special person to take Bella into their hearts. 972274200166630

Bella – CHOSEN2021-01-21T14:20:41+00:00

Saoirse

2021-01-20T10:28:13+00:00

Saoirse -1 year old Female Pom X Terrier Saoirse is a very lively chatty girl. She needs a secure garden as a bit of an escape artist.

Saoirse2021-01-20T10:28:13+00:00

Ex Gratia funding

2021-01-01T18:18:30+00:00

Wicklow SPCA would like to thank Minister Charlie McConalogue from the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine for the recent ex gratia funding. This will help us to continue our work . Thank you.

Ex Gratia funding2021-01-01T18:18:30+00:00

Chairman’s Christmas address

2020-12-19T13:43:58+00:00

  In a year in which the Coronavirus has affected us all, it is pleasing to report that here in the Wicklow SPCA we have completed and commissioned our new Kennels. A sincere thanks to our project Manager, Ken McAvoy, and our Builder, John Gray, for this outstanding addition to our facilities.   Equally a very big thank you to Anne and her Staff for getting us through the ups and downs of 2020.   To all the staff, volunteers, our friends and supporters, I send very best wishes for a Happy Christmas and the hope that 2021 is a better [...]

Chairman’s Christmas address2020-12-19T13:43:58+00:00

Dog park opening hours

2020-12-04T10:36:24+00:00

The dog park will be open for public use from 9am - 1pm Mon to Fri until further notice and is by appointment only. Please contact the office before arriving and each visit will be for a maximum of 30 minutes. Thank you

Dog park opening hours2020-12-04T10:36:24+00:00

Did you hear ?

2020-11-11T11:04:39+00:00

Many of you will have meet and heard our donkeys on your visits to the dog park, well we have news...some of them are heading off to new homes once the lockdown restrictions are lifted and all the required legislation is in place . These include Control of horsesIf you keep the horse in a control area designated under the Control of Horses Act 1996, (http://www.irishstatutebook.ie/eli/1996/act/37/enacted/en/html) you must have a horse license for it as well as the microchip and passport.   You are liable for any injury or damage caused by your horse to other people or to property. It is a legal [...]

Did you hear ?2020-11-11T11:04:39+00:00