Charity disappointed by 'backwards step' for donkeys
The Donkey Sanctuary has expressed disappointment at the news that China is reducing the import tax on donkey skins for use in traditional medicine.
Refuge for Faith, Hope and Charity this Christmas
Three female donkeys neglected and abandoned in North Belfast have been taken into the care of The Donkey Sanctuary in Ireland.
Welcoming Government's animal welfare bill
The Donkey Sanctuary has welcomed the news that the Government is publishing a new animal welfare bill to increase sentences for animal cruelty and recognise animal sentience in domestic law.
eBay to ban ejiao products
The Donkey Sanctuary celebrates big step in tackling donkey skin trade as the charity convinces eBay to ban ejiao products.
Charity releases new film to raise awareness of donkey skin trade
The Donkey Sanctuary has released a new short film highlighting the impact of the donkey skin trade - the largest single welfare issue the charity has seen.
Attitudes to end of life issues
Representatives from The Donkey Sanctuary will be at this year's British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) Congress in Liverpool to share expert knowledge about the care and welfare of donkeys and other equines.
Crisis talks on Namibia’s donkey population
New research released this week by The Donkey Sanctuary reveals that the trade in donkey skins for use in traditional Chinese remedies is placing Namibia’s working donkey populations at risk.