The RSPCA’s ultimate aim is to improve the welfare of animals in Australia. Our organisation exists to care for unwanted animals and assist in finding them a home.
Billy is our RSPCA goat genius!
He’s here to answer your questions about wildlife, farm animals, pets and the RSPCA.
Puppies go through a teething stage where they want to chew everything. This type of behaviour can also be a form of social play as puppies interact with each other.
Having a dog is a big responsibility. It requires a great deal of thought. There are lots of things to consider before we invite a dog into our lives.
The legal requirements for slaughtering your own meat varies from state to state and it is very difficult to find a straight answer on the subject. We aren’t in the position to comment on this subject on the WOAW website and your best bet is to contact your states Department of Primary Industries for further [...]
Aggression is defined as a threat, challenge or attack that is directed towards one or more individuals. Several forms of aggression in dogs have been…
Thats fantastic news that you want to help animals and the environment! Across Australia there are many groups that you can join to get involved.
One aspect of your dog’s health is having clean, white teeth. Proper dental care should be a regular part of your program for keeping your dog healthy and happy. It is often overlooked, but pets can suffer the same kinds of dental problems as humans, including severe pain, infection and tooth loss. You can help [...]
The method provided in the information sheet appears to be the best at present although it is still controversial with some researchers believing it does cause some discomfort to the toads. However until…
Kittens are gorgeous, but they do have sharp teeth and claws and it sounds as though Fergus is no exception. We have all had a cat in our lives that seemed to be a bit of a “Jekyll and Hyde”
There are many things that you need to do if your pet goes missing from home, these include: Call the RSPCA and report your missing pet…