Pamela's dog park will reopen for public use under the management of Suzanne. This will be through appointments only and please contact Suzanne on 087 2652850. In line with Covid 19 safety measures we will have a limited number of guests allowed on any given day and each visitor must give their contact details to Suzanne on arrival. Each dog park visit is for a maximum time of 30 minutes. Thank you
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Wow ! We would like to give a big shout out to Helen and Grainne from WicklowPPN who were the driving force behind this idea. Both webinars were over subscribed and we had to close the booking to keep with the limits allowed on Zoom. Expert advice and your questions were answered by Dr Tim Kirby from Petbond and Ms Emmaline Duffy -Fallon from Citizen Canine Doris and Helen managed to keep everything with the time allowed and we will look into the possibility of further webinars in the future. Thank you
Wicklow SPCA were very honored to be chosen as the location for the filming of " the dog who lost his bark. It is expected that the edited edition will be released in July/Aug. Many thanks to Bobby and his team for a great day and we wish the entire crew the best of success.
Another first....get your questions in and book your seats. We are very much looking forward to this and many thanks to everyone who have come on board to make this possible. Please follow this link to register - its free!! Minding your Dog Webinar
A very kind friend of ours is moving home and is having a house clearance sale. She is kindly donating all of the proceeds to Wicklow Spca. Please check out her page and see if any of her beautiful items catch your eye ❤....check out her instagram page.... Check out her Instagram page > https://www.instagram.com/its_odile/ Thanks again Odile for your very generous offer ❤🙏❤
We had a gorgeous card and a very generous donation from a lovely lady who adopted Bradley the Jack Russell from us early last year. It looks like Bradley totally lucked out, happy and healthy. It makes our day when we receive cards like this - great to know our former residents are happy and safe.
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.
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 [...]
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
All going to plan we hope to move into our new kennels shortly. This dream has become a reality and that is due to the massive support we have had from everyone. From the initial application for grant aid to the sourcing of a reliable builder we are privileged to have worked alongside many good people. But I must single out Mr Ken McAvoy a gentleman who was volunteered by another person and has managed the whole project from start to finish.