Archive of: Campaigns

Government review highlights fundamental problems with live exports

21 May 2014

Government review highlights fundamental problems with live exports

RSPCA Australia is demanding immediate government action to expedite changes to Australia’s live export standards following the release of a report that highlights serious deficiencies in the current regulatory system.

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Live exports: multiple supply chains = multiple risks for livestock

02 May 2014

Live exports: multiple supply chains = multiple risks for livestock

The reports reveal serious animal welfare issues and highlight the severe risks associated with allowing hundreds of supply chains to operate globally.

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Cracking open hidden cruelty

09 April 2014

Cracking open hidden cruelty

Every day millions of Australians are unknowingly contributing to animal cruelty by buying and consuming products containing cage eggs.

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RSPCA CEO SWEATS IT OUT TO SAVE DOGS

22 January 2014

RSPCA CEO SWEATS IT OUT TO SAVE DOGS

RSPCA WA CEO David van Ooran yesterday sweated it out in 50-plus degree temperatures to show the public why you shouldn’t leave your dog in a hot car.

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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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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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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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Slaughter practices still cruel

14 October 2013

Slaughter practices still cruel

RSPCA state and national President, Lynne Bradshaw, has an opinion piece in today’s The West Australian (14 October 2013)

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RSPCA inspects cattle on live export ship

19 September 2013

RSPCA inspects cattle on live export ship

The RSPCA boarded the live export ship Pearl of Para last night in Fremantle to check on the welfare of the 5240 cattle on board. The cattle appeared to be in good condition and Inspectors found no breaches of the Animal Welfare Act.

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Tail Docking

05 July 2013

Tail Docking

Why is the RSPCA opposed to the tail docking of dogs?

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