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Man fined and banned for cruelty to dog

15 January 2014

Man fined and banned for cruelty to dog

A Bayswater man who appeared in Perth Magistrates Court today was fined $2500 and prohibited from owning a dog for five years after being charged by RSPCA with animal cruelty.

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Time for Government to get serious about protecting Australian animals.

12 December 2013

Time for Government to get serious about protecting Australian animals.

RSPCA Australia is once again calling on the federal government to take immediate action following revelations more Australian animals have suffered horrendous cruelty in the live export trade.

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Cruelty risks future of live export trade

09 December 2013

Cruelty risks future of live export trade

With recent live export rallies being held this weekend, RSPCA is urging those involved in the live export industry, government and welfare advocates to find an alternative to the live export trade.

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Burnt dog finds new home with RSPCA staff

27 November 2013

Burnt dog finds new home with RSPCA staff

RSPCA Inspectors face some very sad situations and the case of ‘Missy’, the three-year-old Jack Russell cross, was a particularly distressing case.

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More than 70 animals found living in filthy conditions

22 November 2013

More than 70 animals found living in filthy conditions

RSPCA Inspectors today seized more than 70 animals from a property in the outskirts of Perth. The animals included sheep, dogs, cats, birds, guinea pigs and rabbits. Some of the animals were left with no food or water and were wallowing in filthy conditions.

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RSPCA Crisis Appeal

22 November 2013

RSPCA Crisis Appeal

In the last 12 months, RSPCA WA has performed an unprecedented number of large scale animal rescue operations. Combined, this has led to over 400 animals seized, away from squalid and appalling conditions.

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