Archive of: 2015

Rockingham Community Action Day

14 April 2015

Rockingham Community Action Day

RSPCA WA, in collaboration with the City of Rockingham, Rockingham Veterinary Centre and the local police will be holding a community action day on Wednesday 6 May.

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Morris did not deserve this ending

09 April 2015

Morris did not deserve this ending

Charles Visser, 58, from Medina pleaded guilty to animal cruelty charges and today was sentenced in Rockingham Magistrates Court.

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Easter treats can kill!

02 April 2015

Easter treats can kill!

Chocolate is not just bad for a dog’s health, it can also be deadly.

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Maylands woman pleads guilty to animal cruelty

20 March 2015

Maylands woman pleads guilty to animal cruelty

PETA BRIEN (53) formerly of Maylands was sentenced to a one year community based order and prohibited from owning an animal for 20 years in the Perth Magistrates Court this morning.

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Parmelia man sentenced for malicious beating

12 March 2015

Parmelia man sentenced for malicious beating

Te Kapua Reremoana Hemopo maliciously beat an 18 month old Staffordshire terrier so badly that she subsequently needed to have a leg amputated.

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Live export industry holds crisis meeting in wake of continued cruelty in Vietnam

11 March 2015

Live export industry holds crisis meeting in wake of continued cruelty in Vietnam

Despite more than two years having elapsed since ESCAS was required in Vietnam, the industry has admitted that exported animals are still at risk of horrific cruelty.

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Animal welfare disaster looms with Parliamentary Committee recommendations
Bark in the Park this weekend!
Brookdale couple convicted for abandoning dog

05 March 2015

Brookdale couple convicted for abandoning dog

Both were fined $4,000 plus court costs and prohibited from owning an animal for 10 years.

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$10,000 reward for live baiting information

27 February 2015

$10,000 reward for live baiting information

RSPCA WA Chief Inspector Amanda Swift said a reward of up to $10,000 is being offered for key information on live baiting that leads to a successful animal cruelty prosecution.

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