Archive of: 2019

17 July 2019

Teach Your Dog to Walk Nicely on Lead

Loose-lead walking can be taught from an early age and is about establishing a set of rules that makes it pleasant for both you and your dog to enjoy a walk.

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Holiday tips for pet owners

03 July 2019

Holiday tips for pet owners

RSPCA WA is reminding pet owners who are going away during the school holidays to make proper plans for their pet’s care.

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End Petlessness: Adoption Fees Reduced Until the End of June

28 June 2019

End Petlessness: Adoption Fees Reduced Until the End of June

RSPCA is offering heavily discounted adoption fees for all adult animals until the end of June, as part of its campaign to “End Petlessness Now”.

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RSPCA WA Reveals Perth's Cruelty Hotspots

25 June 2019

RSPCA WA Reveals Perth's Cruelty Hotspots

In support of RSPCA WA’s recent mail appeal to stop cruelty, the charity has revealed the suburbs in Perth where the highest number of animal cruelty reports are being received.

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New Govt Reports reveal why Vietnam is the most dangerous desitnation for exported cattle

25 June 2019

New Govt Reports reveal why Vietnam is the most dangerous desitnation for exported cattle

RSPCA Australia is calling on the live export industry to voluntarily stop sending cattle to Vietnam until an independent review of the Exporter Supply Chain Assurance System (ESCAS) can be completed.

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ESCAS fails again with cruelty to Aussie cattle exported to Israel on the Maysora

21 June 2019

ESCAS fails again with cruelty to Aussie cattle exported to Israel on the Maysora

RSPCA Australia has lodged a formal complaint with the federal Department of Agriculture after receiving images and footage revealing brutal treatment of Australian cattle live exported to Israel on board the notorious ship Maysora.

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Increase in Violence Towards Dogs and Puppies

20 June 2019

Increase in Violence Towards Dogs and Puppies

RSPCA WA is shocked by an increase in deliberate acts of cruelty towards dogs and puppies over the last financial year.

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Crafty Ways to Entertain Your Cat

19 June 2019

Crafty Ways to Entertain Your Cat

All cat owners know the feeling. You fork out for a fancy new toy, only to find your feline friend would rather play with a shoelace or balled-up piece of paper. Why not try these crafty DIY boredom busters?

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RSPCA is here to help farmers with their animals in hard times

10 June 2019

RSPCA is here to help farmers with their animals in hard times

Recently, we became aware that the Water Corporation sent letters to farmers with overdue accounts threatening to restrict their water supply and notify RSPCA of the reduced water availability for animals on the property.

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The RSPCA's Role in Agriculture

06 June 2019

The RSPCA's Role in Agriculture

Livestock producers are responsible for looking after millions of animals across Australia. That means producers are a very important group to RSPCA.

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