28 March 2018
The RSPCA is asking pet owners to keep sugary Easter treats out of their pet’s reach over the Easter holidays, with many traditional Easter foods such as chocolate and hot cross buns containing ingredients that are harmful to pets.
Owners are also advised to check their vet’s Easter opening hours and locate their nearest after-hours vet so they can act quickly if their pet becomes unwell over the Easter break.
Those going away for the Easter holidays are reminded not to leave pets home alone – with RSPCA Inspectors regularly called out to properties where owners have gone on holiday and failed to make adequate arrangements for their pet’s care.
02 March 2018
RSPCA is calling for information about a cat with a severed leg, found in Merriwa this morning (2 March, 2018)
02 February 2018
Two people were sentenced today in the Joondalup Magistrates Court, for cruelty to their three pet dogs, Milo (male Siberian Husky), Chloe (female Staffordshire Terrier) and Hikari (female Siberian Husky).
26 January 2018
Top 10 Tips to keep your pets comfortable during Australia Day fireworks displays.
26 January 2018
RSPCA WA President, Mrs Lynne Bradshaw, has been recognised for her work in animal welfare with an Australia Day Honours List award as a Member of the Order of Australia (AM).
19 January 2018
RSPCA WA Inspectors have removed 66 animals from a property in Gingin.
The animals appear to be in good condition and RSPCA WA would like to make it clear that this was a surrender of animals – there is no welfare issue with this case at this stage, and there is no evidence to suggest any contravention of the Animal Welfare Act.
This is simply a case of dog breeders with too many animals who have contravened local council by-laws. This case has highlighted just why dog breeding legislation is needed in WA.