On Sunday 28 May, thousands of people and their dogs will walk to fight animal cruelty, with the RSPCA’s Million Paws Walk back for another year.
The RSPCA has welcomed the funding for several important animal welfare initiatives in the 23-24 Federal Budget, and says the decisions represent a long-overdue and much-needed focus on animal welf
The RSPCA has reiterated its long-running calls for the Australian pig industry to progress alternative methods to carbon dioxide (CO2) stunning.
The RSPCA has welcomed the news today of concrete next steps towards a phase out of live sheep export.
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Many breeds of dog have exaggerated physical features, which means they can’t breathe, walk or give birth normally.
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