SnareWatch is an information-sharing and reporting facility about snaring in the UK.

Found a snare?

If there is a live animal in the snare call the relevant animal welfare charity. We do not advise trying to release an animal yourself as the animal could be injured and require medical attention.

Scotland

Scottish SPCA
Animal Helpline 03000 999 999

England and Wales

RSPCA
Cruelty line 0300 1234 999

Northern Ireland

USPCA
Animal Information Line 028 3025 1000, caller ID required

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Snaring reports

Border collie snared in Teesdale

A border collie was caught round the neck by a snare while walking with his owner on a public footpath on the Greta trail in Teesdale.

The dog escaped injury as the owner was nearby and managed to free him.

Type of snare

Unknown

Where

Teesdale

When

June 2017

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