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Charity expecting increase in dogs being taken into care

People struggling to keep pets told 'don't suffer in silence'

A local animal charity says it expects to see a spike in the number of dogs it will have to take into its care in 2022.

The ManxSPCA says the Isle of Man is lagging behind the ‘pandemic puppy’ trend in the UK where numerous people took on new animals.

In 2021 the organisation re-homed more than 50 dogs as well as over 250 cats and kittens.

Juana Warburton is the general manager:

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