Angel was hungry and in pain

Angel had endured hunger, loneliness and pain. There was no reason for her to think this day would be any different. Read more

RSPCA WA warns Easter treats can be toxic to pets

RSPCA WA is reminding pet owners that, while tasty for us, Easter treats like chocolate and hot cross buns can be toxic to our furry friends. Read more

Max was matted and so skinny, but you should see him now!

Six-year-old Max was shut outside and forgotten. But, after capturing the heart of his devoted foster carer, Max looks like a very different dog today. Read more

Cat boarding tips to ensure your feline friend has the purr-fect stay

Here are our top tips for ensuring your fluffy friend has a comfortable stay if you intend to board them these Easter and school holidays. Read more

Off-leash dogs: preventing trouble

What do you do when you are enjoying your on lead walk with your pooch and an off-lead dog runs towards you? Here are some tips on how to deal with this situation. Read more

5 holiday ideas for kids who love animals

School holidays are right around the corner, so here are 5 ideas to keep your kids entertained while they also help animals in need. Read more

Community Action Day - Swan View

22 April 2021 Free medical checks and advice for pet owners who might be experiencing financial hardship. Read more

Reducing the stress of painful procedures in livestock

Painful procedures are becoming easier to bear for livestock, with farmers embracing new pain killing innovations. Read more

RSPCA Approved chicken now found under the Golden Arches

McDonald's has committed to using RSPCA Approved chicken only, right around Australia. The RSPCA says the move will have a profound impact on the lives of millions of Australian meat chickens every year. Read more

Rapid spread of potentially deadly disease

Ehrlichiosis was first detected in dogs in Australia last year. Now the disease is prompting warnings from governments and veterinary professionals. Read more

What is the future of live exports?

With falling export numbers and massive government fees on the horizon, is it time to look at the chilled and frozen export industry a little more closely as an alternative to live export? Read more

Taste test

According to Deloitte Access Economics, the Australian plant-based protein market could generate $3 billion in retail sales by 2030 and employ 6000 people. But do the products pass the taste test? Read more