Inspectors recently raided a property north west of Gladstone and seized 110 Bull Terrier dogs and puppies. They were following up on a complaint received in relation to five dogs but found another 105 living in deplorable conditions.
“The conditions were appalling,” said RSPCA Qld Chief Inspector Daniel Young. “Many were in small cages with no enrichment and the newspaper they were lying on was soaked in urine.”
Some of the dogs are now being cared for in Rockhampton and Bundaberg while the others are receiving care at the Brisbane RSPCA Animal Care Campus. To adopt a Bull Terrier, keep an eye on the RSPCA website for dogs available to adopt.
We have more FAQs about this case in our blog here to read in depth extra factual information. Read what Bull Terrier Rescue Australia Inc. had to say after their visit to meet the Bull Terriers from the raid below.