Homes wanted for three dogs after owner became too ill to care for them
ISPCA inspectors recently rescued three dogs after their owner became injured and too ill to care for them.
The dogs had been confined to a pen area for the past two years, and their living conditions steadily worsened, according to inspectors.
The two Labrador crosses and a Springer Spaniel were taken into the care of the ISPCA and taken to the ISPCA National Animal Centre and checked over by the vet.
ISPCA Inspector Karen Lyons said: “I’m glad the owner made the right decision in surrendering these dogs into our care. The dogs are in good condition, and we expect them to make a full and speedy recovery and be available for rehoming.”
The dogs are available for adoption from the Centre.
For more information on adopting these dogs, please contact the National Animal Centre on 043 33 25035 or email email@example.com.