Archive of: RSPCA Inspectorate

Collaborative effort ensures safety of homeless hounds

02 March 2016

Collaborative effort ensures safety of homeless hounds

A collaborative effort between rangers from Halls Creek rangers, RSPCA WA Inspectors, specialists from Kimberley Vets and supporters at Aeropets has resulted in a badly emaciated dog and her eight pups being flown to Perth for a second chance at a happy life.

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RSPCA WA reaches out to Gosnells community

25 February 2016

RSPCA WA reaches out to Gosnells community

On March 3, RSPCA WA will host a free Community Action Day in Gosnells for local residents keen to learn more about animal welfare.

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Unshorn sheep a woolly issue for RSPCA WA

25 February 2016

Unshorn sheep a woolly issue for RSPCA WA

RSPCA WA is issuing a reminder to all owners of pet sheep to ensure they are regularly shorn, following a surrender of two black sheep from a property in Hearne Hill.

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Be part of our Community Action Day in the Gosnells!

23 February 2016

Be part of our Community Action Day in the Gosnells!

Through Community Action Days, RSPCA WA aims to share information and provide help to members of the public with common problems like fleas, worms, ticks, fly bitten ears, mange and understanding basic requirements for shelter and nutritional needs. People can also talk to inspectors about concerns of cruelty in their local area.

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RSPCA WA ON THE LOOK OUT FOR CRAIGIE CAT ATTACKER

04 February 2016

RSPCA WA ON THE LOOK OUT FOR CRAIGIE CAT ATTACKER

RSPCA WA is calling for information from the public after a domestic cat was shot in the Craigie area about six weeks ago.

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Lifesaving operation gives puppy a future

28 January 2016

Lifesaving operation gives puppy a future

Specialist surgery has given a 10-week old broken-legged Kelpie puppy a second chance at life. A concerned member of the public who found the puppy with a severely broken leg dropped her off at Midland Vet Clinic.

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RSPCA WA investigates cow shot by arrow at Lake Clifton

26 January 2016

RSPCA WA investigates cow shot by arrow at Lake Clifton

The RSPCA WA is investigating an incident involving a cow shot by an arrow at Old Bunbury Road, Lake Clifton this morning. The owner of the cow immediately contacted the police and the RSPCA when he found his cow in a state of distress this morning. The cow was put down to minimise the suffering from the injury inflicted by the arrow behind its front left leg, close to its stomach.

Image supplied by Waroona Police

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RSPCA WA traces owners of Tinkerbell

25 January 2016

RSPCA WA traces owners of Tinkerbell

With close co-operation from the Joondalup police, the RSPCA WA has traced and been in contact with the co-owners of 9 month old Tinkerbell, as the investigation unfolds to locate the offender responsible for throwing her from an overpass along the Mitchell Freeway, Perth, on January 22, 2016, at approximately 6am.

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RSPCA WA is working closely with Joondalup police

23 January 2016

RSPCA WA is working closely with Joondalup police

The RSPCA WA has been working closely with the Joondalup police in locating the perpetrator responsible for throwing a dog from an overpass along the Mitchell Freeway, Perth, on January 22, 2016, at approximately 6am.

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RSPCA WA update on South West bushfires

17 January 2016

RSPCA WA update on South West bushfires

The RSPCA Chief Inspector Amanda Swift and her team of inspectors are still on the ground in the areas affected by the bushfire in the South West of Western Australia, coordinating efforts relating to companion and equine animals.

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