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Zip Slide the Clyde - June
The links between animal cruelty, adverse childhood experiences and human violence: research and practice
Santa Paws Bungee
Pound for Paws
Pets at Home Santa Paws Fundraiser
The Great Scottish Tattie Run
Rehoming next steps
Scotland’s Animal Welfare Education Forum
Dog music research
School Film Competition
Programme for the Scottish SPCA and University of Edinburgh conference highlighting link between animal cruelty and human violence
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Annual Review 2018
Gender Pay Gap 2018
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Increased sentencing for animal abusers
Licensing for animal rescue shelters
The Scottish SPCA is calling on the Scottish Government to introduce legislation to govern all animal rescue shelters.
Dogs die in hot cars
Every year our animal helpline receives hundreds of calls about dogs being left in cars during the summer months. Our message is clear: Don’t risk it.
The Scottish SPCA is asking animal lovers across Scotland to help put an end to needless suffering.
Ban electric shock collars
The Scottish SPCA is delighted that the UK Government is planning to ban the sale of electric shock collars for use on dogs.
Buy a Puppy Safely
The launch of the Scottish Government's Buy a Puppy Safely campaign is a welcome step forward in the fight against puppy farming, which is having a devastating effect on animal welfare in Scotland.
The Future for Animal Welfare in Scotland
Scotmid mural competition
The Scottish SPCA is celebrating its partnership with Scotmid Co-operative with a mural competition for young people.
Volunteer Week 2019