Posts Tagged By: UK Rescue
Rescue ponies Buttercup and Clyde have been transformed into showing champions in just over a year.
A foal found dumped in a field has survived against the odds and now World Horse Welfare is calling for information.
A woman has been disqualified from keeping all animals for an indefinite period after she failed to provide veterinary care for her lame horse.
Announcement on new bill enabling tougher prison sentences for worst animal cruelty offences welcomed
The new bill to enable tougher prison sentences for the worst animal cruelty offences will be introduced to Parliament.
Ponies Diamond and Quartz rescued within days of each other are now safe at World Horse Welfare
World Horse Welfare is calling for witnesses to help track down the owner of pony found abandoned and emaciated.
Six charities joined forces to rescue 19 fly-grazing Shire horses from Kidderminster.
World Horse Welfare Buggy takes Rescue Pony Champion title at Equifest 2017
Charity calls for information after three horses are found dumped in less than three weeks.
Piebald mare Maggie was found with open sores all over her body and was caring for both her own foal and an orphan.
John and Melanie Bishop rehome from World Horse Welfare.
World Horse Welfare and RSPCA calling for information on group of ponies found in Hillam.
World Horse Welfare Field Officer Nick White is used to dealing with the many horses living in London, and knows from past experience that anything can happen and usually does.
Joint operation between World Horse Welfare, RSPCA, Redwings and The Donkey Sanctuary removes horses to safety.
A yearling found frightened and badly entangled in baler twine at the side of the road is well on her way to recovery after arriving at World Horse Welfare's Penny Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre near Blackpool two weeks ago.
World Horse Welfare today releases perhaps our most hard-hitting film to date showing the tragic story of a mare called Rhoswyn and our efforts to help her.
Equine obesity is an increasing but under-recognised welfare issue in the UK.
While dozens of flood warnings remain in place across the UK, it is not just people that bear the brunt of the drastic weather.
When Haggis was found he was riddled with lice, grossly overweight and showing signs of laminitis, an extremely painful and sometimes fatal condition affecting horses’ hooves.
25 thin and neglected foals, stallions and pregnant mares were removed from an isolated farm in Aberdeenshire.
In a joint operation led by the RSPCA, 111 equines were removed from Spindles Farm in January 2008.