Tony Woodley

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The RSPCA Frontline - A Unique, Dedicated and Proud Team

(1) Comments | Posted 5 April 2012 | (00:00)

On Friday 30 March at the RSPCA's headquarters and with their family and friends watching on, 20 men and women joined the ranks of one of the most unique and historic professions in the world. After six months of training they graduated as RSPCA Inspectors. At about £50,000 each to...

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Microchipping Your Pet: The 'Beep' of Life for Many Animals in Need of Help

(1) Comments | Posted 27 February 2012 | (23:00)

All RSPCA officers receive many calls every year where an injured pet animal is in need of rescue. This could be a dog which has been hit by a car and needs to be dashed to a vets for emergency treatment, a cat found stuck in a rubbish skip, cold,...

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The Haiti Earthquake and the International Animal Welfare Response

(1) Comments | Posted 11 January 2012 | (23:00)

In the early 19th century the very idea of humanity to animals was unfashionable and virtually unheard of. On Wednesday 16 June 1824, 22 men came together in a coffee house in south east London to create the SPCA, which in 1840 became the Royal Society for the Prevention of...

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The Work of The RSPCA at Christmas

(112) Comments | Posted 16 December 2011 | (23:00)

It's nearly Christmas and throughout England and Wales the staff of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) continue to work exceptionally hard for the animals we care for, as we have done so for 187 years since our charity was created.

I'm often asked,...

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