Despite popular belief, most of our shelters are not meant to act as an impounding service. Our ten shelters across the state are meant to provide comfortable accommodation and the best possible care to surrendered, neglected, unwanted, sick or injured animals.
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A Corporate Support Day with RSPCA NSW are an interactive experience, perfect for team building and giving back to the community. Teams help with the maintenance of the shelter and socialise with the animals. In May, staff from NAB, CEB is now Gartner, Pegasystems and Time Target lent their strength and helped animals in need.
You may not be in your backyard every day, but there are plenty of Australian wildlife that are! Some of your visitors will sneak in and out without your knowledge, but others might be a bit louder upon arrival. If you need to call someone about Australian wildlife, contact WIRES Wildlife Rescue. In the meantime, here are some tips on our regular visitors!
The RSPCA has launched the first-ever National Rescue Horse Day on 29 May to celebrate and raise awareness of the plight of the thousands of beautiful rescue horses around the country looking for their forever fields.
Barking is a normal instinct for dogs and a natural way for them to communicate. Dogs can bark excessively for many reasons, including anxiety, boredom, distress, excitement, fear and in defence of their territory. That means there’s no single solution to all barking problems because every dog is different!
A Corporate Support Day with RSPCA NSW are amazing interactive experiences. Teams help out at the shelter and spend special time with the animals. It’s a great way for teams to bond while caring for animals in need. In April, staff from Canterbury League Club, Cuscal and Optiver lent their valuable time to make our shelter a better place.
Anzac Day is a day of national remembrance honouring those who served and gave their lives during times of conflict, peacekeeping operations and war. 25 April is also an opportunity to remember the loyalty and sacrifice of the service animals who stood alongside their battalions during these times.