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A STRAY dog which was saved from being put down is desperate to find a new home.
No authorities put down healthy dogs, but many are left with hundreds of strays with no homes.
Unfortunately, we have lost him as he has had to be put down.
TWO military dogs brought in to protect Prince William at his RAF base were put down days after he left.
The horse suffer f ed r a leg injury and the owner called a vet and the animal had to be put down o at the scene.
and Globalive, the holding company of Wind Mobile, that have put down the refundable, five per cent deposit for the auction that is scheduled for next Jan.
Dr Lesley Dickie, executive director of the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (Eaza), told BBC Radio 4's The Report that between 3,000 and 5,000 healthy animals are put down every year across Europe.
Ms Thomas set up the Four Paws Animal Rescue network for fostering dogs in Abercarn seven years ago after becoming concerned over healthy dogs being put down and the welfare of those being kennelled.
Kuwait Fire Services Directorate put down a fire at a paper press factory in Ahmadi's industrial zone on Saturday.
CONNECTIONS of Deanridge Fury suffered a dreadful blow last week when the dog had to be put down after sustaining injuries in last Saturday's John J Casey Open 575 final at Shelbourne.
Homebuyers have seen the deposit they need to put down for a mortgage triple during the past two years.
A COW donated by the RSPCA to a Hindu monastery to replace one they put down has given birth.