Archive of: 2019

Patella Luxation: What You Should Know

18 September 2019

Patella Luxation: What You Should Know

Patella luxation is a condition where the kneecap dislocates suddenly, or won’t stay in place. It’s something the RSPCA WA vets see regularly – especially in small dogs. And if left untreated it can cause joint problems or osteoarthritis.

If you’re wondering if this is something you should watch for in your furry friend, read on to find out the warning signs.

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5 Curious Kitty Questions - Answered!

18 September 2019

5 Curious Kitty Questions - Answered!

Cats are mysterious creatures – and that’s why we love them.

But, have you ever wondered if cats can swim? Or why your feline friend just adores scratching? HINT – they don’t just have a taste for destruction.

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Albany Woman Sentenced for Cruelty to Dog

29 August 2019

Albany Woman Sentenced for Cruelty to Dog

An Albany woman has been convicted and sentenced for cruelty to her dog, Dharma, who was found deceased under a pile of laundry, having suffered from emaciation. WARNING: Graphic images contained in this link.

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Briony Adopted After 153 Days in Care

29 August 2019

Briony Adopted After 153 Days in Care

Briony was abandoned at a property south of Perth in March this year.

Her owners had moved out, leaving her behind with no food or water.

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7 Awesome Dog Walks Around Perth

26 August 2019

7 Awesome Dog Walks Around Perth

With the weather warming up, now’s the perfect time to head our and enjoy some sunshine and fresh air with your four-legged pal.

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Statement from the Board of RSPCA WA

19 August 2019

Statement from the Board of RSPCA WA

Statement from the Board of RSPCA WA

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Have Your Say on WA's Dog and Cat Laws

02 August 2019

Have Your Say on WA's Dog and Cat Laws

RSPCA WA welcomes the State Government’s decision to review the effectiveness of the Cat Act 2011 (Cat Act) and Dog Amendment Act 2013 (Dog Act).

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RSPCA WA Welcomes Charges for Alleged Cruelty to Live Export Sheep

31 July 2019

RSPCA WA Welcomes Charges for Alleged Cruelty to Live Export Sheep

RSPCA WA Chair, Lynne Bradshaw, AM, welcomes news that WA Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development has charged a Perth-based live export company and two of its Directors, with alleged animal cruelty under WA’s Animal Welfare Act 2002.

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Bake a Difference with RSPCA's Cupcake Day

30 July 2019

Bake a Difference with RSPCA's Cupcake Day

The sweetest fundraising event of the year is back, and RSPCA WA is calling on people to pre-heat their ovens, dust off their aprons and bake, ice and share sweet treats, all in the name of fighting animal cruelty.

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Train Your Dog to Walk Nicely on Lead

17 July 2019

Train 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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