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Animal Health Trust faces 'imminent closure'

Animal Health Trust faces 'imminent closure'

Animal Health Trust faces 'imminent closure'

23 March 2020

An animal charity which has a centre in Kennett is facing 'imminent closure' following a period of financial difficulty.


‘Cheeky’ Buddy is your top dog for Paws in the Park

‘Cheeky’ Buddy is your top dog for Paws in the Park

‘Cheeky’ Buddy is your top dog for Paws in the Park

20 March 2020

Bury Free Press readers chose Buddy from 10 finalists.


How a chance encounter led to Crufts success for rare breed Wilbur

How a chance encounter led to Crufts success for rare breed Wilbur

How a chance encounter led to Crufts success for rare breed Wilbur

13 March 2020

A dog owner is ‘over the moon’ after her rare breed spaniel scooped two top prizes at Crufts.


Meet the swan who waited every day for his mate to return

Meet the swan who waited every day for his mate to return

Meet the swan who waited every day for his mate to return

06 March 2020

Read the heartwarming tale of a male swan who waited at the same spot for his mate to return - for TWO MONTHS


Time to crown the pawfect puppy

Time to crown the pawfect puppy

Time to crown the pawfect puppy

06 March 2020

It’s time to cast your vote and find out who is the pup with the biggest potential.


New hide charge ‘kick in the teeth’ for bird watchers

New hide charge ‘kick in the teeth’ for bird watchers

New hide charge ‘kick in the teeth’ for bird watchers

29 February 2020

Bird lovers are twitching at plans to charge for access to a popular Lackford Lakes hide.


Entries for Paws in the Park competition now closed

Entries for Paws in the Park competition now closed

Entries for Paws in the Park competition now closed

28 February 2020

Entries for this year’s Paws in the Park competition closed today with judges now faced with choosing the top ten.


Here's how you can nominate your cute canine for Paws in the Park poster competition

Here's how you can nominate your cute canine for Paws in the Park poster competition

Here's how you can nominate your cute canine for Paws in the Park poster competition

21 February 2020

More than 540 dogs have dipped their paw into the ring to front St Nicholas Hospice Care’s family dog show - and there is still a week left to enter.


See some of our first poster pooch entries for Paws in the Park competition

See some of our first poster pooch entries for Paws in the Park competition

See some of our first poster pooch entries for Paws in the Park competition

14 February 2020

Hundreds of cute canines have been striking a picture perfect pose.


Could your dog be the poster pooch for hospice Paws in the Park event?

Could your dog be the poster pooch for hospice Paws in the Park event?

Could your dog be the poster pooch for hospice Paws in the Park event?

07 February 2020

Calling all dog owners: Does your canine have what it takes to be the poster pooch for the fifth Paws in the Park event in Bury St Edmunds this May?


Farmer risked spread of deadly disease

Farmer risked spread of deadly disease

Farmer risked spread of deadly disease

05 February 2020

The man was prosecuted by Suffolk County Council's Trading Standards.


Dead pony left on roadside for over a week

Dead pony left on roadside for over a week

Dead pony left on roadside for over a week

31 January 2020

The horse was covered over by tarpaulin.


Injured pup Noah is 'making great progress' thanks to appeal

Injured pup Noah is 'making great progress' thanks to appeal

Injured pup Noah is 'making great progress' thanks to appeal

27 January 2020

An injured pup who was brought to Bury St Edmunds from Turkey by a dog rescue charity in a mission to save his leg is ‘making great progress’.


How Suffolk firm will aid the wild bison of Canada

How Suffolk firm will aid the wild bison of Canada

How Suffolk firm will aid the wild bison of Canada

25 January 2020

Canada's national park will test Suffolk scientific skills.


Police urge dog walkers to be vigilant over suspected poisons placed on pavements

Police urge dog walkers to be vigilant over suspected poisons placed on pavements

Police urge dog walkers to be vigilant over suspected poisons placed on pavements

13 January 2020

Suffolk Police received a report yesterday at 10.55am that a substance, believed to be rat poison, had been laid on food smeared on the pavement.


Pup Noah arrives from Turkey in bid to save injured leg

Pup Noah arrives from Turkey in bid to save injured leg

Pup Noah arrives from Turkey in bid to save injured leg

30 December 2019

A pup has arrived in Bury St Edmunds for transformational surgery after a 2,500 mile car journey from Turkey in a mercy mission by a charity.


Students give special Christmas gift to RSPCA branch

Students give special Christmas gift to RSPCA branch

Students give special Christmas gift to RSPCA branch

26 December 2019

The RSPCA West Suffolk branch in Bury St Edmunds received a Christmas boost last week thanks to some generous sixth form students.


Our Special Friends in new office

Our Special Friends in new office

Our Special Friends in new office

25 December 2019

Special friends meet a special guest


Investigation launched into treatment of ducks at Gressingham farms

Investigation launched into treatment of ducks at Gressingham farms

Investigation launched into treatment of ducks at Gressingham farms

21 December 2019

An investigation has been launched into the treatment of ducks at two farms in Ickburgh near Thetford.


Bird flu outbreak at Mid Suffolk farm sees 27,000 chickens culled

Bird flu outbreak at Mid Suffolk farm sees 27,000 chickens culled

Bird flu outbreak at Mid Suffolk farm sees 27,000 chickens culled

11 December 2019

Bird flu has been detected at a chicken farm in Mid Suffolk.


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