The dog was rushed to a local veterinary practice where it was discovered that it had a horrendous leg injury with part of the dog’s leg missing.Read More
ISPCA National Animal Cruelty Helpline
A National Animal Cruelty Helpline operated by the ISPCA, deals with many thousands of calls regarding animal welfare. The public have become more aware of animal welfare and intolerant of what they perceive to be cruelty or neglect. Consequently the volume of calls to the ISPCA has increased in recent years and continues to rise stretching our services beyond measure. (Our phone lines are extremely busy, please leave a contact number for our operator to return your call).
If you believe an animal is being cruelly treated or neglected, please call 1890 515515
Monday to Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm in the strictest of confidence, or you may fill in a confidential online complaint form . http://www.ispca.ie/cruelty_complaint Please use this form for reporting cruelty only. Do not use this form for emergencies. Please ring the above number and leave a message and someone will get back to you as soon as possible alternatively outside of these hours, and you feel your call is an emergency please contact your local Garda Station http://www.garda.ie/Stations/Default.aspx
If you are concerned about an advert you have seen please email firstname.lastname@example.org and include a link to the advert and your concerns, with regards to the nature of the advert.
If you have found a stray dog please contact your local Dog Warden http://www.ispca.ie/useful-info/dog-warden-info/
If you have found a stray cat please contact your Local Society http://www.ispca.ie/member_societies/