Managing farm animals during drought
The RSPCA is urging all drought-affected farmers who need help with their animals to reach out for support.
RSPCA welcomes decision to suspend second live exporter's licence
The RSPCA has welcomed the decision of the federal Department of Agriculture overnight to suspend the license of a second live sheep export company.
RSPCA calls for urgent action by Minister Littleproud to use legislative power to stop Emanuel’s shipment
The RSPCA understands the loading of thousands of sheep onto the three-decades-old Al Shuwaikh in Fremantle is imminent.
RSPCA statement on Tri-Solfen
The RSPCA has welcomed the news that animal pain relief product Tri-Solfen is now also registered for dehorning and disbudding of beef and dairy calves, as well as providing pain relief post-mulesi
Live export shell game continues with associates set to export sheep despite Emanuel’s suspension
The news that a company closely affiliated with disgraced livestock exporter Emanuel Exports has applied to the Federal Government to export 60,000 sheep has astonished the RSPCA.<
RSPCA demands action to end widespread tongue tie use in horse racing
The RSPCA is calling on all Australian horse racing codes to address the widespread use of tongue ties due to the serious and unnecessary animal welfare issues they are inflicting on horses