Kids Corner

Kids Corner

Did you adopt your pet from Mayo SPCA; if you did we would love to hear from you. We would love to hear stories about you and your dog/cat. So, please email them into us at and we will put them on our website. If you send in your picture and you are under 18 years, please get your parents to give us permission to use the picture. We look forward to lots of pictures and stories from you.



ISPCA – National Cruelty Helpline: 1890 515 515,
outside ROI +353 43 33 25035, Email:

Northwest SPCA: Tel: 530 533 7636, Email:

Mayo Animal Welfare: Tel: 098 41484

Madra: Text Marina on 086 814 9026 – Madra- Email

Roscommon SPCA – Email

Galway SPCA: Tel: 091 563 631, Email:

Roscommon SPCA: Tel: 087 050 5594

Sligo SPCA: Tel: 087 228 8012

Irish Horse Welfare Trust: Tel: 086 604 7840, Email:

Greyhound Rescue Group Dog Rescue Ireland: Website:

The Donkey Sanctuary: Website:


Aoife Noone: Tel: 086 085 5250

Cloverhill Vets: Tel: 090 666 5555

Brendan McCormack: Tel: 094 902 6777

Claremorris small animal practice: Tel: 094 937 3955

Dixon’s: Tel: 094 937 1682

Mayo County Council: Tel: 094 902 4444, Email:

Hot Dog Groomers, Swinford: Tel: 087 090 4940

Looking after your Pets

So You Want a Pet? Start here!

Looking after a pet is a BIG responsibility.  A pet is not just a playmate for you.  A pet needs lots of care and attention (as well as love) – just like you really – so you need to show the grown-ups in your home that you are willing to help look after your pet, as well as play with him/her.

Looking after your pet means you will need to help with:

  • Feeding
  • Cleaning (such as grooming, cleaning out the cage or cleaning out the tank)
  • Exercise

Click on the picture of each animal and it will take you to a page with all the information you need to help care for your pet.

Looking after your Donkey
Guinea Pig

The ISPCA have produced a legal handbook to make Irish animal welfare legislation more accessible to everyone.



All of our dogs are flea/wormed, fully vaccinated and micro chipped. All dogs over six months will be spayed/neutered before re homed. In certain circumstances or acting on veterinary advice, a dog may not be spayed/neutered before re homed.

We ask for an adoption fee of €80 euros for a dog/puppy and €30 euros for a cat or kitten, this donation goes towards the animals being vaccinated and in some cases micro-chipped and any other expenses we incur in caring for the animals. All adoption fees can be paid via PayPal.


Update on Fawn


One year on and Fawn is now ready to find her new home. For those of you who don’t know Fawn’s Story we will be posting pictures over the next few weeks to show you how far she has come. Fawn was found in Knock by a wonderful lady who contacted us straight away. Fawn was emaciated, dehydrated, skin and bone. To make matters worse she had been shot by a fire arm and had been blinded. With lots of TLC, veterinary care and one to one care from Marian, Fawn is now fit, healthy, excellent on the lead, very obedient and she loves lots of hugs and kisses.

Fawn would love a home to call her own and that is where we desperately need your help. We need to share her story far and wide to find her forever family. Fawn would need a home where someone would be there most of the day. A secure garden where she can play with her toys. If you can share her picture and story we would be very grateful.

Please contact us on 087 1004505 or email