The DSPCA is looking for people to sponsor pets this Christmas.

You may well be exhausted from the Christmas rush. But with just a week to go, if you still have gifts to get, why not consider one that can benefit s(...)

Stock image of a Jack Russell terrier. Photograph: iStock

The case of a dog abandoned on the M50 is “unusual,” the Dublin Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (DSPCA) has said. The dog, a terrier(...)

Roger Kask (6) from Booterstown with a snake at Pets in the City supported by the DSPCA and King of Paws in Smithfield Square, Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

The duck had enough. In a takeoff that was almost vertical, it rose from its narrow cage at Pets in the City on Dublin’s Smithfield and flew above sta(...)

The footage was captured on a mobile phone and shows a man riding the pony through the Cabra House pub

An incident where a pony was ridden through a packed pub is being investigated by the Dublin Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (DSPCA).(...)

The white corn snake discovered in a tree in Dublin on Friday. Photograph: Bairbre O’Malley Veterinary Hospital

Vets in Co Wicklow have appealed for information on the owners of a white corn snake which was found up a tree in Ballybrack, south Dublin. After it(...)

Ciaran Reddin (12) and Nicole Connolly (13)  at  St Colmcilles in Ballybrack meeting Shetland ponies from Festina Lente in Bray. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

 Most of us are familiar with guide dogs for people who are blind. Companion dogs for children with autism and other learning disabilities are al(...)

Onlookers cheer as a cat clinging to a lifebuoy is pulled out of the river Liffey by a passerby at Grattan bridge in Dublin city centre. Photograph: Lorcan Collins/@1916walkingtour

The man who captured the viral video of a cat being rescued from the river Liffey in Dublin last week said the act was a “very fine example of humans (...)

Members of the public are invited to have their say on the Government’s proposal to improve and update dog breeding establishment guidelines in Ireland.  Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

Over the next three months the public can have their say on the Government’s proposal to improve and update dog breeding establishment guidelines in I(...)

A fire in Finglas which was attended by Dublin Fire Brigade on Monday evening. Photograph: Dublin Fire Brigade

Dublin Fire Brigade found itself trending on Twitter when it decided to live-tweet Halloween night incidents as they occurred. Using the hashtag #DF(...)

Photographs show the puppies which were seized earlier this week. Photograph: DSPCA Facebook page

More than 50 puppies have been seized at Dublin Port this week. On Wednesday evening, 54 puppies were discovered in a cage in a van bound for Engla(...)

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