Archive of: 2016

Every day, your support makes stories like Zack’s possible

01 March 2016

Every day, your support makes stories like Zack’s possible

Recently our team rescued and rehabilitated Zack, a beautiful collie found alone, starving and with raw open sores in the WA bush. It took a whopping 34 visits from our vet and 100’s of hours of love and nurturing to nurse Zack back to health. Read Zacks full story here…

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Michelle takes on RSPCA WA fundraiser for Boo

29 February 2016

Michelle takes on RSPCA WA fundraiser for Boo

Currambine resident Michelle Gaynor will be going the whole way with foam and razor to remove her hair next month in support of the RSPCA WA, all in the name of her rescue dog, Boo.

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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 REMINDS SMALL LAND HOLDERS AND HOBBY FARMERS OF PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES DURING HEAT WAVE

08 February 2016

RSPCA WA REMINDS SMALL LAND HOLDERS AND HOBBY FARMERS OF PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES DURING HEAT WAVE

Hobby farmers, small landholders including owners of chickens, sheep, cattle, horses and goats and livestock producers, are urged to check water quantity and quality during this week’s heat wave. Generally, healthy livestock may tolerate a range of temperatures. However, during periods of extreme heat they require added care from shade, shelter and plenty of clean water to stay healthy.

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ADVICE FROM THE RSPCA WA FOR ANIMAL CARE AND PROTECTION DURING THE COMING WEEKEND’S HEATWAVE

04 February 2016

ADVICE FROM THE RSPCA WA FOR ANIMAL CARE AND PROTECTION DURING THE COMING WEEKEND’S HEATWAVE

The RSPCA WA would like to remind pet owners of their responsibility and accountability towards their animals during what is anticipated to be a low to severe heat wave along the west coast of Western Australia this weekend. More information can be obtained from the Bureau of Meteorology.

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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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