In April 2016, a former Crufts winner and respected individual in the dog training world was found to be keeping her 30 dogs in what were described as ‘little prison cells’.
The dogs were discovered living in awful conditions; dark rooms and cramped cages, caked in faeces and urine. Fortunately they were found in time and 28 of the dogs which could be saved were brought to the RSPCA Radcliffe Animal Centre, for vital care and rehabilitation.
15 Months later and with the patience and dedication of the team here at the centre, all of the dogs involved in the Flyball case made a full recovery, and were all lovingly adopted into their forever homes.
Among those was a Border Collie named Bear,…. two years after leaving our centre he has become an irreplaceable member of his forever home…this is his story.
Thrown out of a car window from a moving vehicle on a dual carriageway. Tiny Bess is lucky to be alive & as Bess continues to grow in strength, we follow her brave journey.
There are times when an animal comes into our centre when we are truly shocked at the condition it is in, and the cruel neglect it has experienced. Milly was one of these cases, where her skin condition was in such a bad way that it was causing her a lot of pain.