2017

A terrier-ific way to spend your Sunday morning in aid of animals

Wednesday, 17th May 2017

BARKING NEWS: These paws were made for walking, and that’s just what they’ll do this Sunday as Australians and their four-legged friends pound the pavement in support of the RSPCA’s Million

Disturbing footage from Tasmania highlights need for abattoir CCTV.

Wednesday, 3rd May 2017

The RSPCA says footage of animal cruelty from an abattoir in Tasmania is the second serious incident of its kind in the state in just a few months, and pro

New free range standard will not meet the needs of consumers: RSPCA

Monday, 1st May 2017

The Government’s new free range information standard offers some benefits, but fails to provide clarity over free range production practices and address consumer concerns.

Will we watch and wager on Winx without a whip? Research says yes.

Friday, 7th April 2017

Three out of every four Australians are opposed to whips in racing, while nine out of ten punters will still watch and bet on racing if horses are not hit with the whip.

RSPCA welcomes proposal for an Australian Commission for Animal Welfare

Wednesday, 29th March 2017

Australia’s farm animal welfare standards need greater rigour, independent monitoring and a stronger foundation in science, which will be achieved in part by the establishment of a new independent

RSPCA welcomes Victorian Government decision to review poultry welfare science

Monday, 27th March 2017

The RSPCA has welcomed reports the Victorian Government will commission its own independent review of poultry welfare science to inform its position on the draft poultry standards.