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11 May 2018

RSPCA WA Reveals Cruelty Hot Spots

RSPCA WA Reveals Cruelty Hot Spots

RSPCA WA has revealed the top animal cruelty hot spots in the Perth metro and regional areas around WA.

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RSPCA WA Calls for More Inspectors to Combat Cruelty

07 May 2018

RSPCA WA Calls for More Inspectors to Combat Cruelty

RSPCA WA is launching the second year of ground-breaking campaign to get more Inspectors on the roads in WA. More Inspectors means more animals rescued.

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RSPCA WA Welcomes Moves to End Indiscriminate Puppy Breeding

03 May 2018

RSPCA WA Welcomes Moves to End Indiscriminate Puppy Breeding

RSPCA WA President, Lynne Bradshaw AM, welcomes the State Government’s plan to open consultation to the public around new legislation and regulations around dog breeding.

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Open letter to all West Australians from RSPCA WA President, Lynne Bradshaw AM

18 April 2018

Open letter to all West Australians from RSPCA WA President, Lynne Bradshaw AM

Open letter from RSPCA WA President, Lynne Bradshaw AM, about the horrendous live export situation currently unfolding.

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COURT PUNISHES REPEAT ANIMAL CRUELTY OFFENDER

13 April 2018

COURT PUNISHES REPEAT ANIMAL CRUELTY OFFENDER

A WA man has appeared in court charged with animal cruelty for failing to alleviate harm suffered by his pet dog ‘Pepper Pig’, an adult female Shar Pei which was found to be suffering from skin, eye and ear problems requiring treatment.

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RSPCA WA CALLS FOR END TO LONG-HAUL LIVE EXPORT OF SHEEP

09 April 2018

RSPCA WA CALLS FOR END TO LONG-HAUL LIVE EXPORT OF SHEEP

RSPCA WA is appalled at the footage of the abhorrent treatment of sheep in the long-haul live export industry. We are equally stunned that, despite the overwhelming evidence, the Federal Department of Agriculture has granted yet another export licence to this same, repeat-offender exporter.

The footage last night showed the distressing experience of sheep on long-haul export journeys – most of which is caused by high stocking density, extreme heat conditions, and lack of veterinary care.

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