Pets

Making playtime a good time for you and your pet

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RSPCA Australia

Making playtime a good time for you and your pet

Five ways to add animal welfare to your Christmas spirit

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RSPCA Australia

Christmas is just around the corner, bringing with it our annual chance to spend time with our family and friends – including our furry pals.

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These are the four red flags to watch for when looking for a pet online

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RSPCA Australia

So, you’ve decided to get a new pet, and you want to do your research. Naturally, you turn to the internet, our go-to place for browsing before we shop.

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Why is now a good time to get a pet?

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RSPCA Australia

Have you been thinking about getting a pet for a while? Have you thought about what kind of pet you might like, how you will take care of it, and are you ready to make the financial and time commitments that caring for a pet will require? If you answered yes to these questions, then you are in luck, because right now is one of the best times of the year to adopt your new best friend!

Should I dress my pet up in festive gear?

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Bronwyn Orr

As the festive season fast approaches, you might be starting to think about how you can include your furry family member in the fun.

Fireworks aren’t always fun for our pets

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RSPCA Australia

Fireworks are an inevitable part of Australia Day and New Year’s Eve celebrations and, while they are lots of fun for most people, a lot of animals are terrified of the noise.

Warm weather worries – protect pets from heatstroke

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RSPCA Australia

Warmer weather is on its way, so now is a good time to make sure you know the signs of heatstroke in your pets and how to avoid it in the first place.

Hot tips for sssnakes in ssspring

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RSPCA Australia

Spring time is prime snake spotting season as males seek out females to mate with.

Spring cleaning? 6 pet dangers to throw out and avoid

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RSPCA Australia

So you’re finally about to go into battle and tackle the items around the house you’ve been avoiding since last spring?

4 ways to avoid obesity in your dog

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RSPCA Australia

Obesity is a common problem among Australian pets and is generally caused by feeding your pet more than he or she requires.

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