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6 ways to do something great or small on #DoSomethingDay 2018

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The RSPCA is proud to support Do Something Day on the 25th of July, and we are excited to help you find the perfect way to get behind the initiative and lend a han

Freeing Aussie Hens from Cages - The story so far...

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In the coming months, Aussie hens will need you to stand up and act for them more than ever. And we will be here to help you fight for their lives.

Why does the RSPCA support humane food?

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Six reasons to choose RSPCA Approved pork at Coles

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More and more Australians are conscious of the impact their food choices have on farm animals and are looking for labels to tell them the animals raised for the

Why the welfare of crustaceans matters too

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You may have seen the news that Switzerland recently passed laws that make the act of boiling a lobster alive illegal.

Let’s TALK about WALKS

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We all know walking our dogs at least daily is crucial for their health and welfare. But what else do we need to consider to ensure WALKIES are fun for everyone, especially our furry friends?

What are your animal welfare resolutions for 2018?

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Each year, many of us take the opportunity to use the beginning of the New Year to make positive changes and resolutions for the year ahead.

Why is now a good time to get a pet?

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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!

Fireworks aren’t always fun for our pets

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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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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.

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