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Important pet safety tips for Take Your Dog to Work Day

As we all transition back to work in the traditional sense, we’re able to enjoy some of the exciting parts… Read more

RSPCA NSW Shelters re-open to the public!

RSPCA NSW shelters and care centres across the state are ready to welcome walk-in adoptions effective Monday 15 June 2020…. Read more

Chip the Dachshund ready to roll into his forever home

Chip the Dachshund, after six months in RSPCA NSW care where he received critical veterinary treatment, rehabilitation and a very tiny wheelchair fitting, is now looking for his perfect forever home. Chip is… Read more

Severity appeal allowed for Wyong man convicted of aggravated animal cruelty

Warning: Images may be graphic to some readers. A 44-year-old Wyong man who was previously convicted of two counts of… Read more

RSPCA NSW on the road with new emergency response infrastructure

RSPCA NSW’s new Animal Welfare Response Unit is making its way down the NSW south coast this week to revisit communities affected by… Read more

Mount Druitt man convicted and sentenced for failing to provide vet treatment to pet poodle

A 71-year-old man failed to appear at Mount Druitt Local Court on 13 May 2020 in relation to multiple animal cruelty offences relating to his pet dog Aviary, a white Poodle crossbreed. The… Read more

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